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Many types of swallows can be seen darting above open fields and bodies of water across North America, snatching up bugs and insects, or swooping down to skim the surface of ponds for a drink of water. Of the eight types of swallows found throughout the country, two come into frequent contact with humans and are considered nuisances: cliff swallows and barn swallows. Buildings and other manmade structures, such as bridges, inadvertently provide excellent nesting sites for the migratory birds, which has led to a rise in swallow populations over the past few decades.

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Swallows are part of the family Hirundinidae and are characterized by their adaptation to aerial feeding.
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