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Passeriformes > Hirundinidae

White-rumped Swallow

Tachycineta leucorrhoa

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Identification

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A small swallow usually seen flying low over open and semiopen areas near water. Glossy blue-green above and white below. Note the white forehead and rump. Similar to White-winged Swallow, but lacks white in wings (although juvenile White-winged can show limited white). Told from Chilean Swallow by the presence of a white forehead.

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