High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sociable weavers
construct permanent nests on trees and other tall objects. These
nests are the largest built by any bird, and are large enough to
house over a hundred pairs of birds, containing several generations
at a time. The nests are highly structured and provide birds with a
more advantageous temperature relative to the outside. The central
chambers retain heat and are used for nighttime roosting. The outer
rooms are used for daytime shade. Sociable weaver nests are used
commensally by several other bird species, most commonly the Pygmy
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