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  • Crested Tree Swifts - chick increase in weight

    Dear Swift Friends, I have been asked this question by Philippa Goff, a lady who works for a TV company making a wildlife documentary about the fauna of Sri

    rondino2004 2 days ago
  • Re: Jane Goodall & Swifts

    How fantastic! Great job Martine!! From: Swallows-Martins-Swifts-Worldwide@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Swallows-Martins-Swifts-Worldwide@yahoogroups.com] Sent:

    amnonnhahhn 5 days ago
  • Re: Jane Goodall & Swifts

    Dear Martine How inspiring!! We will show the clip in the opening of the swift conference in Israel!! Best wishes Yossi From:

    5 days ago
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Swallows, Martins & Swifts Worldwide is a whole-world Yahoo site dedicated to discussing and disseminating information on apodidae and hirundinidae worldwide.
Aimed at specialist and amateur alike, the site's language is English.
You may record observations, describe interesting behavioral features, ask questions, advise readers about publications, and submit photographs and texts via mail or "Files" or "Photos".
Write your contribution in English as well as you can, even if it's very bad English, this doesn't matter. Articles and messages in languages other than English may be posted, provided a summary in English is also attached.
Swallows, Martins & Swifts Worldwide works with other major ornithological web-based organisations to improve and disseminate knowledge about Swifts and Hirundines.
Please remember to end every message with the name of the country you are writing from.


SMS-WW sponsors the EBBAKEN SWALLOW PROJECT in Nigeria ! If you want to contribute to this project go to "Messages" and type 1789 next to "Message #". If you are eager to know more about the whole story go to www.swallowschool.it or copy and paste next link in your browser: http://www.charliesbirdblog.com/~charlie/ebakken/ebakken.html


If you have any material on Swifts (Apus apus only) that would be useful to a broader readership and needs a permanent web-presence, we suggest you submit it to APUSlife, Ulrich Tigges' Virtual Magazine of the Common Swift (http://www.commonswift.org) in addition to publishing it on SMS Worldwide. APUSlife accepts work in all languages, but requires a resume in English.


To prevent spammers, the first mails of new members will be temporarily moderated.

Illustration: Male Tree Swallow Tachycineta bicolor, Hayden Lake, Burnett County, Wisconsin, 6/03. Photo Bill Schmoker. See also http://www.schmoker.org/BirdPics/index.html

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  • May 14, 2004
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