Barn Swallows At Redwood National and State Parks, the Video

Barn swallows are regular visitors at Redwoods National and State Parks, and do a fair job in insect control.

You don't normally associate barn swallows with Redwood National and State Parks, but in fact the birds do show up there, and even like to nest in the park as the following video relates so well.

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