Keep Swallows Away

Each year swallows migrate north to the United States in the late winter and spring to begin building their nests and raising their young. They will build their nests in a nice shady spot, which just might be under the eave of your home or building, under a bridge or freeway or just about anywhere they can get their mud nests to attach. Once swallows begin to build nests, it is too late to get rid of them as they are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918.

Find out more about swallows by downloading the Swallow Fact Sheet today.

It has been speculated that one reason swallows choose to nest in close proximity to humans is because it keeps crows and other predators away.

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