Bird #162 — Bank Swallow

riparia (frequenting riverbanks) riparia (ditto)

Monday, May 26, 1980 — 6:05 pm

Bay Park, Michigan — Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron

When we (the Weddles, the Weddles and us) reached the shore of Lake Huron, we parked and walked around a small marina.  There was a three-foot sand breakwater extending out into the bay.  The sides were peppered with holes.  The Bank Swallows were zipping in and out of these holes and flying over the harbor.

The photograph shows Sally and me looking at the swallows while Kelli walks behind us.

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