Two for one
- If you go to the old Potter Valley Bridge to watch the American
Dippers feeding 3 or 4 Dipperettes, there is a bonus of a colony of
Cliff Swallows nesting just above the Dipper nest. One species works
the air and the other the water; it is fascinating to watch the
Dippers zooming over the river, then landing on the rocks below the
nest, "dipping" with a morsel in their beaks before being greeted by
the open-mouthed brood at the nest opening. Two thumbs up.