Tree Swallow


(Tachycineta bicolor)

Tree Swallows are widespread all over the US and Canada.  They are often seen in large numbers feasting on bugs or perched on wires. They will readily take up residence in man-made nesting boxes.

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3 Responses to Tree Swallow

  1. Keith Taylor says:

    Hi John

    I’m in the process of creating an online “Field Guide to the Birds of Vancouver Island’ and hoping that you might be generous enough to donate some of your excellent photos to the project. If you are interested please leave your photo (Flickr) website address and a note of permission. Thank you.

    Keith Taylor

  2. Keith Taylor says:

    I’m especially interested in the juvenile Tree Swallow above.

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