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and maintaining existing nest sites, and helping Swifts that are injured, abandoned or have fallen from the nest.
 

Advice & Help

e-mail link  Belgium (Leuven) - Louis-Philippe Arnhem
e-mail link   Belgium (Brussels) - Martine Wauters
  Catalunya  - Enric Fuste
  Czech Republic - Luks Viktora
e-mail link   France (Amboise) - Carolyn Knowlman
e-mail link   France (Toulon) - Katherine Dubourg
e-mail link   Germany (Berlin) - Ulrich Tigges
e-mail link   Germany (Hannover) - Rose-Marie Schulz
e-mail link   Germany (Rhineland) - Erich Kaiser
  Eire (Dublin) - Helen Burke
  Eire (Co Mayo) - Lynda Huxley
e-mail link   Italy (Modena) - Mauro Ferri
e-mail link   Italy (Livorno) - Giorgio Paesani
e-mail link   Italy (Ascoli Piceno) - Oriana Ferrandino
e-mail link   Italy (Trieste) - Silvana di Mauro
   Malta - Tim Micallef
e-mail link   Netherlands - Marleen Andriessen
e-mail link   Poland - Zofia Brzozowska
e-mail link   Russia - Igor Fevelov
   Scotland - Daniele Muir
   Slovakia - Martin Celuch
e-mail link   Spain (Valencia) - Jorge Sanz
e-mail link   Spain (Andalucia & Madrid) - Miguel Carrero Glvez
e-mail link   Sweden - Jan Holmgren
e-mail link   Switzerland - Jura - Marcel Jacquat (French & Italian)
e-mail link   Switzerland - Vaud - Bernard Genton (French only)
e-mail link   Switzerland - Zurich - Iris Scholl (German)
e-mail link   Turkey - Levent Turan

Torre il Castellaro, Modena, Italy

Torre il Castellaro, in the Regional Park of Sassi di Roccamalatina, Modena, Italy. It houses some 300 historically restored Swift nest places as part of a protected breeding project.    Mauro Ferri

 
Man-made Swift nest holes in domestic accommodation in Cortona, Italy     Eve Templeton

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