National Geographic

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Little bee-eaters are solitary nesters, making a tunnel in sandy banks, or the entrance to aardvark dens in termite mounds, laying 4 to 6 spherical white eggs. Both parents care for the eggs and chicks, roosting communally usually lined up on a horizontal branch.

Chris Krog

Little bee-eaters are solitary nesters, making a tunnel in sandy banks, or the entrance to aardvark dens in termite mounds, laying 4 to 6 spherical white eggs. Both parents care for the eggs and chicks, roosting communally usually lined up on a horizontal branch.