The Best Bird #2

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Barn Swallow
On of three swallows with similar plumage, the barn swallow is distinguishable by its long forked tail which you can see projected beyond its wings. Busy insect eaters, this species nests in a half cup of mud hidden under the eaves of buildings or beneath bridges.

Lewiston, ID. (5/07)

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