Cliff Swallow

Birds Likely to be Observed in Oregon

Location in Oregon
Blue is Winter range - Red is Summer range
Purple is Year-round range - Yellow is Migration range

Cliff Swallow range

Cliff Swallow

Hirundo pyrrhonota - Locally common. Note the orange rump, square tail, broad martin-like wings, and buffy forehead. Soars more than other swallows. The bulb-shaped nests are built under eaves or in shelter of cliffs, dams, or bridges. Call is a single melodious note.

Date of Arrival - Average 4-1 - Early 3-17 - Late 4-17

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