O Martin roxo (Progne subis) é a maior andorinha da América do Norte. Estes acrobatas aéreos têm velocidade e agilidade em vôo, e quando se aproximam de sua habitação, mergulham do céu a grandes velocidades com suas asas dobradas.
Purple martins are one of America’s best-loved birds. Do they call your yard home? To learn how to give them the proper environment to bring their beautiful song and aerial acrobatics to your property, read more now on Gardener’s Path.
Attracting and Managing Purple Martins Project Martinwatch. This is a continent-wide cooperative venture where the Association supplies nest record forms to active Purple Martin "landlords" to fill out as they conduct weekly nest checks on the Purple Martins breeding in their boxes or gourds. At season's end, the forms are totaled up and returned to the organization for analysis.
9 Reason’s People Fail At Attracting Purple Martins 1. Purple Martin House That Is Placed Too Close To Tall Trees Or In Yards That Are Too Enclosed By Trees Or Shrubs Or Other Obstructions The MAIN reason people fail to attract Purple Martins is that they place their martin house in the wrong place and …