Yellow bishop (Yellorumped widow)
In comparison with Yellow-manteled Widowbird, breeding male has a much shorter tail, and a yellow rump and lower back (not a yellow mantle).
Non-breeding male is streaked greyish brown above, and is pale below. Breast and flanks are heavily streaked with brown, but retains a bright yellow rump and shoulder. Some show a white lower mandible. Female differs from female Yellow-manteled Widowbird in being more heavily streaked below and having a dull yellow rump. Juvenile resembles female.
Damp grassy areas, bracken-covered mountain valleys and fynbos.
A 'zeet, zeet, zeet' and a harsh 'zzzzzzzzt', given by male in flight.