Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Pearl-breasted swallows (Hirundo dimidiata) often occur in pairs or small groups in Namibian semi-arid regions, often near human habitations, especially in the drier areas.
Diet: Forages below the tree canopy for aerial insects. Also eats grass seeds.
Description: Glossy black forehead to upper tail, black tail, brownish black wings, underparts, chin and throat a dull white. Dimidiata refers to the incomplete throat band, divided in the middle.
Breeding: Males chose a nesting site, built by both sexes. Females lay 2 to 4 eggs between October and March and incubated for around 17 days.
Size: 13cm. Weight: 12g.
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