Saturday, July 11, 2009

Scarborough Bluff swallow nesting grounds

Swallows have burrowed thousands of these holes into the bluffs to nest and lay their eggs. Their only predators are red tailed hawks who circle above but are often chased away by swooping swallow vigilantes.
In the world of nature, housing and shelter come in so many different forms, often hidden from human eyes.

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