A familiar inhabitant of barns and other outbuildings, the Barn Swallow is easily recognized by its long forked tail. It was originally a cave breeder, but now the swallow nests almost exclusively on man-made structures.
Barn-swallow in flight
Barn Swallows feed on the wing, snaggi...
House /English Sparrow
House sparrows were introduced from England into Central Park, New York City, in 1850; hence the name English. They rapidly spread throughout the continent. This is not a true sparrow but a member of the weaver finches. House sparrows are nuisance
pests because they displa...