[ wˈʊd swˈɒlə͡ʊ], [ wˈʊd swˈɒləʊ], [ w_ˈʊ_d s_w_ˈɒ_l_əʊ]
Related words: wood swallow bird, wood swallow nest, wood swallow nest pictures, wood swallow nest structure, wood swallow nest kit, wood swallow nest life cycle, wood swallow nest box, why do wood swallows build nests
Synonyms for Wood swallow:
n.• swallow shrike
How to use "Wood swallow" in context?
The wood swallow is the most common swallow in the East. They are found throughout the eastern half of North America, as well as in Eurasia. The wood swallow is a small bird, with a length of about 16 cm. They have a long tail, and are very thin. They are green, with a white throat, and a black back. The wood swallow is a feeder, and will catch insects in the air.
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