Photo: Bank Swallow returns to its colony

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Bank Swallows are migratory birds, with a large range that stretches from Canada down into Chile and Argentina. They burrow nests into vertical cliffs and banks, and may make colonies with up to 2,000 nests according to The Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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