The masked weaver (Ploceus velatus) is a bird of the Ploceidae (weaver) family. This species is widespread and found in very diverse habitats, such as shrubs, savannahs, grasslands, open forests, wetlands and semi-desert areas.
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It is also found in gardens and urban parks.
The masked weaver measures 11-14.5 cm long and has a strong short conical peak and pink-brown paws . The adult male with its breeding plumage possesses the black face, throat and beak, red eyes, head and lower areas of bright yellow, and a yellowish-green back. The female has a pinkish-brown beak , brown or red-brown eyes and a yellowish-greenish color, somewhat darker on its posterior dorsum. His throat is yellowish, turning white in his belly. The males that are not in reproduction resemble the females but retain the red eye. The young specimens of this species resemble the female.
The call is raucous, similar to other weavers. It also produces a distinctive chuk alarm call.
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They are usually used as isolated specimens on the lawn, or associated with shrubs other than rose bushes. Many cultivars located in other groups of cultivars are placed simultaneously in this group.
Other names with which it is known are: common laurel, of palo, American laurel paleo or laurel of kitchen, rustic . The common laurel is an evergreen dioecious tree 5-10 m high, straight trunk with gray bark and dense, dark crown.
In the entrails of Adjuntas a forest for the village - Atabey
The visitor can enjoy a talk about the development and achievements achieved by Casa Pueblo through community self-management. The tributaries of the Rio Grande de Arecibo are born in this forest and supply water to more than 1.2 million inhabitants.