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corvallisclimb

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Hey well I just spent like half an hour trying to get the search engine to work, but it never seems to do what I want it to do. Anyways I remember there was a thread on this a while ago. I'm wondering what the type of bird it is that nests all over the cliffs are. I'm pretty sure its mostly a type of swallow? Does any one know what kind though? They make the mud nests? It also seems like theres a slightly bigger bird that will nest on the cliff pigeons of some type? I know the birds of prey and such. I just want to know what the major population is. Thanks in advanced.

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cliff swallows:

 

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for a critter called a swallow they sure do look to do a lot of spitting :)

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