Driftless Prairies: Native Habitat Restoration

Nature inspires awe!

Tree Swallow

This is the only swallow that winters in Wisconsin. They like the use the bluebird boxes on our bluebird trail. They are beautifully iridescent with what I call a “liquid warble” song.

They fill their nests with various feathers that they find around. It’s a nice surprise to discover some of the types of birds in the area via their feathers. In 2013, we learned we had wood ducks around!!

To hear their song and get more info