Readers’ wildlife photos

Why Evolution Is True

There’s just one photo today, but it’s a doozy. Stephen Barnard sends us a photo labeled “Tree swallow picking midges off the surface”.  His note:

These birds are really difficult to catch in flight. I shoot them for practice and occasionally get lucky.


Tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) are ubiquitous from Canada to southern Central America; their normal diet, as evidenced above, is insects.

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