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Would this be a juvenile barn swallow without the long forked tail? Shot in the beginning of July in Rochester, MN. There were a few Barn Swallows as well as Chimney Swifts.

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Edited by Tim Emmerzaal

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On 8/4/2020 at 1:57 PM, Bird-Boys said:

shorter tail

Though it's shorter, the tail is still more deeply forked than any other regularly occurring swallow in the US and Canada. Throw in the buffy-orangeĀ under-tail coverts without dark central smudges and the barely discernible buff-orange wing linings, and there's just nothing else that this could be.

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