|Common Name:||Swallow, Tree|
|Scientific Name:||Tachycineta bicolor |
|Area:||Denman Wildlife Area - White City, Oregon|
|Date:||June 14, 2011|
The Tree Swallow is possibly our most common swallow, usually found near water where it will be seen making graceful swoops for insects. Easily differentiated from Violet-green Swallows by the fact that the dark hood comes completely below the eye.
Elkton Community Education Center - Elkton, Oregon - - - May 26, 2006
|Reference:||Western Birds by Peterson / The Sibley guide to Birds by Sibley / Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America by Kaufman||