and the chimney swift
who soared out of the fireplace
It's the western version of our chimney swift
, and common in the skies over cities and towns.
“The kids have really shown a lot of passion, reaching out to the Hartland community and have established the Chimney Swift
Roost Fund for donations to build a new habitat for the birds in time for their return,” said Keleen Kaye, HSCL Teacher.
Some of our favorite animals such as bats, hamsters, rabbits, rats, ocelots, deer, skunks, bobcats, Nighthawk, Chimney Swift
, American Woodcock, and Spotted Crake, along with moths, beetles, flies, and other insects are crepuscular.
Among nonpasserines, Red-bellied and Downy Woodpeckers were abundant at all three sites; whereas, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Chimney Swift
, Northern Flicker, and Hairy Woodpecker were abundant at Bohm Woods (Table 5).
Discovering a chimney swift
trapped in her parents' house, a frightened Laurel shuts herself into her mother's sewing room: Laurel, still in her coat, ran through the house, turning on the lights in every room, shutting the windows against the rain, closing the doors into the hall everywhere behind her against the bird.
North American birds the laughing gull, Franklin's gull and the chimney swift
have also been spotted recently.
the chimney SWIFT
, Chaetura pelagica [no relation to the chimney sweep]
-THE Isles of Scilly played host briefly to a chimney swift
and a cliff swallow - rare North American insect eaters.
I was fascinated by the instinct of the chimney swift
and delighted in hearing Damian talk about them.
With fertile imaginations -- and sassy pencils -- they draw a rocking chair without legs, a headboard of 'twigs' perhaps assembled by a chimney swift
, a computer desk with unlaminated MDF top, an RTA wall unit put together like children's Lego blocks.