Researchers solve mystery surrounding black swift migration

Black swifts in Colorado are known to build their nests around waterfalls and here avian researchers Kim Potter, in red, and Jason Beason inspect Milton Falls near Marble for signs of black swifts.



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Black swifts in Colorado are known to build their nests around waterfalls and here avian researchers Kim Potter, in red, and Jason Beason inspect Milton Falls near Marble for signs of black swifts.

Three Colorado bird researchers have solved a half-century old mystery involving a bullet-shaped bird that nests in Colorado but disappears each winter. This isn’t a…




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