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Look for swallows dashing low over water and fields in search of insects. In late summer and autumn, they can be seen congregating on telegraph wires in large numbers.
... Birds by name. Swallow. Browse others. ... Swallow. Broken nests; Encouraging nesting;
Legal status; Migration; Population trends; Predators and parasites; ...
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Garden bird accessories. Prevent bird strike. Sheet of decorative stickers to help prevent wild birds from flying into windows and doors.
Sterling silver swallow necklace. The perfect gift for her.
Swallows choose to nest inside buildings that have open access so barns, stables, sheds, car ports and even porches all provide suitable protection for their fragile mud nests.
The swallow is probably our most famous summer visitor. It arrives in the UK around mid-April, having flown 10,000 km (6,000 miles) from its winter quarters in southern Africa.
Food is fuel for flight, so birds have to eat plenty and often. Small birds have to eat the most. A hummingbird may eat twice its own body weight in a day.
... With the strong winds and showers, swift, house martin and swallow have been
easy to spot over the reserve. ... 4 May 2013. Red-rumped swallow. ...
... Pochard, Red breasted merganser, Redshank, Reed bunting, Reed warbler, Sedge warbler,
Shelduck, Song thrush, Sparrowhawk, Starling, Swallow, Swift, Tufted duck ...