Join Vermont Audubon for a webinar to learn more about: How to participate in our Chimney Swift monitoring this summer. Our newly-launched Chimney Swift Birding Buddy Program. How your community can build a Chimney Swift tower to provide essential nesting and roosting sites. The difference between nesting and roosting. The amazing natural history of Chimney Swifts.
Two fun facts: 1) Chimney Swifts can “sleep” in flight. 2) Most young swifts do not stop flying for their entire first year. How to use eBird to report your swift sightings. Other actions you can take in your community to help Chimney Swifts. Audubon Vermont Conservation Biologist Margaret Fowle and Youth Leadership Coordinator Rae Bronenkant will host the webinar. Plenty of time will be available to answer your questions and to learn about Chimney Swifts where you live.
For more information visit https://vt.audubon.org/events/taking-swift-action or contact email@example.com
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