All Hirundinids, including Tree Swallows have two distinct visual adaptations to their environments. To view distant objects they rely on forward directional binocular vision, while close objects are perceived through lateral monocular vision (Gill).
- Gill, F.B. 2007. Ornithology. 3rd Edition. W.H. Freeman & Co. New York. 763 pp.
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