In a tree covered with twenty or more lynching eggs, a male Montezuma Oropendola stands out. The nests are intricately woven sacks from the trees dangling three tales or more. Oropendolas prefer trees isolated from other trees and also build near large wasp nests, the stinging attacks of which dodge both possible nest predators and parasitic insects.
Ringtone, Alarm, Notification, SMS
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