A long-winged Australasian and southern Asian bird related to the Australian butcher-birds, feeding on insects in flight.
- ‘The corellas and woodswallows were very agitated about the owl.’
- ‘Neighbourhood watch: do neighbours provide safety to nests in colonially nesting woodswallows?’
- ‘The absence of woodswallows is probably a seasonal phenomenon.’
- ‘Considered to be the most sedentary of the woodswallows, it will move to coastal areas during droughts.’
- ‘At the dam there are hundreds of woodswallows congregating for their drink and preparing to roost.’
- ‘One of their major discoveries concerned Australian passerines: birds like fairy-wrens, Austra-Papuan robins and woodswallows had all been placed in different groups of Old World birds, as suggested by their names.’
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