Violet-green swallows are native to the western United States and only very rarely stray east. They are superficially similar to our eastern tree swallows, but both sexes exhibit a much more extensive white rump than other swallows.
Violet-green swallows are native to the western United States and only very rarely stray east. They are superficially similar to our eastern tree swallows, but both sexes exhibit a much more extensive white rump than other swallows. Drew Perine The News Tribune
Violet-green swallows are native to the western United States and only very rarely stray east. They are superficially similar to our eastern tree swallows, but both sexes exhibit a much more extensive white rump than other swallows. Drew Perine The News Tribune

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