Pacific Swallow – Little Visitors

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Two of these little birds like to sit on the ledge above one of the toilet windows! We can see them fly back and forth from the trees to the ledge. It is adorable to see their little beaks sticking out from the ledge!

Description: The Pacific Swallow (Hirundo tahitica) is a non-migratory bird, unlike the other swallows found in Singapore. They can be found almost anywhere in Singapore. It is easy to spot them flying around due to their obvious wing shape. These swallows have a dark back and pale underparts. Their faces and throats are red.


 

15 June 2014

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16 June 2014

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