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A cliff swallow perches upside down on its mud nest to feed its chick under a bridge spanning the Augusta Canal in Augusta. Cliff swallows build gourd shaped nests that are made from 900-1,200 individual mud pellets collected from the banks of streams and lakes.  MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
A cliff swallow perches upside down on its mud nest to feed its chick under a bridge spanning the Augusta Canal in Augusta. Cliff swallows build gourd shaped nests that are made from 900-1,200 individual mud pellets collected from the banks of streams and lakes.
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