I took this photo during our holiday at Three Sisters (Drie Susters in Afrikaans), on our way to Kimberley, South Africa. The craftmanship is amazing! Canon PowerShot S51S FEATURED in Fauna, Flora and landscapes in South Africa 14 May 2011. FEATURED on The permanent feature page 15 May 2011. FEATURED in High Quality Images 15 May 2011. Males have several female partners, and build a succession of nests, typically 25 each season. The nests, like those of other weavers, are woven from reed, palm or grass. A female will line a selected nest with soft grass and feathers. The male builds a nest for a female. If the female does not like the nest, he will tear it down and start over. If she does like the nest, she will line it with grass and feathers, and start raising a family.