This is a collage of cliff sparrows recently sighted under a building. The more we gazed ...the more little faces popped out of the nests. American cliff swallows breed in large colonies. They build conical mud nests and lay 3-6 eggs. The natural nest sites are on cliffs, preferably beneath overhangs, but as with the Eurasian house martin, man-made structures are now the principal locations for breeding. Female American cliff swallows are known to lay eggs in and move previously laid eggs into the nests of other birds within the colony.
Patricia finds nothing more inspiring and precious than capturing an image that can be treasured for a lifetime. Most of her photographs are taken in her home area of Northern California where there is a vast array of natural wonders to behold. She specializes in landscape and macro work, venturing out of Bay Area to other locations when time allows.
Patricia Dennis Photography
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