In the South African Kalahari Desert, Sociable Weaver Birds have taken quite a liking to rural telephone poles. The massive nests that start to resemble familiar scarecrows are built with collected twigs and grass.

Dillon Marsh captured the intricate structures in his recent Assimilation series seen above. Follow the link below to see the rest of these oddly charming nests. 

Birds in the Kalahari Desert Build Peculiar Nests on Telephone Poles

via Notcot

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