Swallows of Delaware (7 Species to know) — Badgerland Birding

Swallows are fast moving aerial insectivores that move quickly and catch prey on the fly. They have long wings and are characterized by their acrobatic movements. There are eight different swallow species that live across the United States and seven of them can be found in Delaware with six being common and one being extremely rare. Contained in this article is information on how to identify each one, along with additional information on their lifestyle and habits.

Swallows of Delaware (7 Species to know) — Badgerland Birding

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