Birds Likely to be Observed in Oregon
Location in Oregon
Northern Rough-winged Swallow
Stelgidopteyx serripennis - Fairly common, especially near water. Brown back and brown throat and breast separate it from all but the much larger martins, which show a purplish tinge on the back and head. Nest, usually single, are in burrows in banks or in small drainpipes at highway bridges. Call is like Bank Swallow, a low unmusical buzz.
Date of Arrival - Average 4-8 - Early 3-12 - Late 5-11
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