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Monday, November 16, 2015

Cave Swallow Influx into Northeastern Quadrant of U.S.!

Cave Swallow

Recent Cave Swallow sightings on ebird.

Cave Swallows, who usually breed in TX and NM and winter south of there, have been flooding into some areas of the northeastern quadrant of the U.S. mainly in coastal and Great Lake locations. Cave Swallows have been found in these areas before, but this is a large influx. See the map of recent Cave Swallow sightings on ebird (there was a sighting in NH yesterday, not yet on map.) A beautiful swallow, this Cave Swallow photo is one I took on Sanibel Island, FL 3/28/15. So if you are birding on coastal or Great Lake locations be on the lookout!

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