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Baby barn sallow's

Hirundo rustica


It is a mud nest that had many baby birds inside it.These birds were about to hatch and had nice blue and tan feathers.These birds were spotted at the White sands national park.This place is a great place to build a nest because of the abundance of darkling beetles and other insects in the area.White sands are actually a material called gypsum, that makes a great home for many species of birds and insects.


White sands national park, New Mexico


This species is widely distributed throughout the Americas and Europe as well as Africa and parts of Asia.In North America it is a breeding ground for the species.

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New Mexico, USA

Spotted on Jul 29, 2017
Submitted on Apr 26, 2020

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