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Tree swallow

Tachycineta bicolor


There were several of these swallows at the park. Adult males are bright iridescent blue-green above with white underparts.


Spotted in a wetland at Flaming Geyser State Park.

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Tukup 3 months ago

Thanks Brian. It's on my list to see.

Brian38 3 months ago

Thank you Tukup. They arrive in Washington State in March and most will leave by mid-August with a few that may stay till September.

Tukup 3 months ago

That's a beautiful little bird Brian. My sister lives in Auburn. I'm going to have to see if I can find one next time out there. I see Cornell says they start migrating south in July or August. That seems awfully early. Do you know the months you see them around there?

Brian38 3 months ago

Thank you, Jae.

Jae 3 months ago

Great serie, Brian!

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Auburn, Washington, United States

Spotted on Apr 10, 2021
Submitted on Apr 14, 2021

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