White-throated Swift
(Aeronautes saxatalis)

These nongame birds are found in desert and submontane ecological associations. Their population trend is unknown. Nests are twiggy brackets saliva-glued to crevices or caves in precipitous areas. Nesting occurs in June and July. These birds may often stray many miles away from their nesting and roosting sites in search of food. They feed almost entirely on flying insects caught in the air.

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