Artful nests to impress the females

Many males try to lure attractive women into their beds. Most use expensive cars, jewelry or outright money for their sinister endeavors. The Baya weaver, a sparrow like bird, uses artfully built nests as such a sex trap. If the female is impressed with the building abilities of her temporary male companion she will gladly pay with carnival pleasures. Since both are polygamous, the construction craze will go on and on and on.