Weaverbird. (n.d.). In YourDictionary. Retrieved from https://www.yourdictionary.com/weaverbird
Any of various chiefly tropical African or Asian songbirds of the family Ploceidae, similar to the finches and characterized by the ability to build complex communal nests of intricately woven vegetation. Also called weaver finch .
One of the most interesting birds found in the country is the "weaverbird" (Cassicus persicus), which lives in colonies and suspends its long, pouch-like nest from the end of a horizontal branch of some high, isolated tree.