Swallows Of Capistrano Fly Instead To Chino Hills
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep, with an update on the swallows of Capistrano. Every year, migratory birds have returned to the Mission San Juan Capistrano in Southern California, but not all did this year. Some swallows flew north from Argentina and blew right past the old Spanish church. The Orange County Register reports that they crashed an upscale country club. They traded tourists for a Greg Norman golf course and a clubhouse roof perfect for nesting.
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