I think this is the same one Patrick photographed on June 12. Maybe a Tree Swallow as their fleglings are supposed to be brown. The throat is white like a tree swallow and cap extends in front of eye unlike a barn swallow. We will have to see who feeds it. Maybe a hybrid?
Follow up June 18. Connor and I revisited the site on Saturday. There were two barn swallows with this bird. When it flew, it had a long forked tail.
Tags: North American Birds Vertabrates (Chordata) Animals Hirundinidae (Swallows) Birds ( Class Aves) Barn Swallow