Red-Rumped Swallow


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STATUS
Summer visitor and migrant. 

ABUNDANCE
Uncommon.

HABITAT
Nests predominantly below river bridges in sunny valleys though also takes to mines and crags (cliffs, caves, overhangs and ledges, etc). Occasionally nests on farmsteads and even in town- and village-houses.

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
Arrives in mid February and most leave by September. 

DISTRIBUTION
Well distributed throughout with notably high numbers in certain areas like Cerro del Hierro.

COMMENTS
Its liking for more open country than its town-nesting cousin has won it the local nickname of golondrina de campo (countryside swallow).