Restoration Makes Capistrano Less Welcome to Swallows

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Every year at this time, cliff swallows return to the mission at California's San Juan Capistrano to occupy mud nests in the ruins. This year, the mission is being restored. Swallows have arrived to feed, but most can't nest. Hear NPR's Susan Stamberg and Sandy Wheeler, organizer of the annual swallow festival.

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