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Sociable Weaver birds build nests in the middle of nowhere

South African photographer, Dillon Marsh, has taken a series of photographs of nests. Nests? I hear you ask. That’s right, nests. But no ordinary bowl-lookalike nests that are found in trees.

These nests are the homes of Social Weaver Birds, and are usually found wrapped around telephone poles in the land of nowhere, which you can find in between towns travelling across southern Kalahari Desert. See more of Marsh’s series, Assimilation, here.

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