Easy to swallow

The beak generation

The beak generation

Tucked under a corner eave of one of the park maintenance buildings, a couple of beaklets open wide for their afternoon treats.

As is typical for many in NJ, these Barn swallows (Hirundo rustica) have limited real estate and are practically on top of their neighbors, presumably Organ pipe mud daubers (Trypoxylon politum).

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