we usually have at least 2 nesting pairs of tree swallows in boxes furthest
from house. I haven't seen any in our boxes this year. barn swallows made
it however.

On Sat, Jun 17, 2017 at 9:00 AM <k...@empacc.net> wrote:

> We have 17 boxes active, one with bluebirds, two with House Wren, a one
> with chickadees and the remainder with Tree Swallows. Probably another good
> year after a 100% occupancy/success rate last year. We believe this is due
> to effective placement and predator guards that function well. john
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> On 2017-06-17 12:40, Glenn Wilson wrote:
>
> We usually have a dozen or so flying and nesting until mid summer. I
> haven't seen a single one since early swallow migration.
>
> Glenn Wilson
> Endicott, NY
> www.WilsonsWarbler.com
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> On Jun 17, 2017, at 8:34 AM, John and Fritzie Blizzard <
> job121...@verizon.net> wrote:
>
> We've had one nesting pr. with 5 young expected to fledge in 11 days.
> Usually have at least 3 pr. with many others flying about. Not so this yr..
> Same with barn swallows. For the last 2 yrs. we've not had more than a doz.
> of either lining up on our power line in late summer before migration. Used
> to be many, many dozens. :'(
>
> The 100 acres behind us were mowed on Wed.. I didn't see a swallow. Same
> when the school lawns are being mowed. Always before the birds were
> swooping overhead in great numbers to get insects. We no longer see those
> many insects.
>
> Rachel Carson ... we need you again to lead a new fight.
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> Fritzie Blizzard
>
> Union Springs
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