Good Heavens, Helen, what are those birds doing?

June 5, 2015 Joel Jorgensen

Contributed by Dr. Mary Bomberger Brown Cliff Swallows are one of the most common, if not the most common, bird in Nebraska. Historically, they placed their melon-sized mud nests on the sides of cliffs, then people started building them nice, solid, secure concrete cliffs (road culverts and highway bridges). They now nest almost exclusively on ...

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