Summer has arrived!
For the bird lovers among you: These are two Village Weavers at the end of a mating session.
About Village Weavers:
The Village Weaver (Ploceus cucullatus) occur in a wide range of habitats, including woodlands and human habitation. It builds a large coarsely woven nest made of grass and leaf strips with a downward facing entrance which is suspended from a branch in a tree. 2-3 eggs are laid. This is a colonial breeder, so many nests may hang from one tree.