Bird #162 — Bank Swallow

riparia (frequenting riverbanks) riparia (ditto)

Monday, May 26, 1980 — 6:05 pm

Bay Park, Michigan — Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron

My family and I visited the shore of Lake Huron where we parked and walked around a small marina.  There was a three-foot sand breakwater extending out into the bay.  The sides were spotted with holes.  The Bank Swallows were zipping in and out of these holes and flying over the harbor.

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