London's Swifts Credits & Important Note

Photographs Ulrich Tigges & Erich Kaiser

Photographs, video and sound are courtesy of

Louis-Philippe Arnhem - SMS Worldwide
Jorge Sanz - Alcudia Swift Campaign
Anne Youngman - the Bat Conservation Trust
Bill Ball - Lincoln England
Jake Campbell - Grenoble, France
Dr Ken Perry - BTO Coleraine
Derek Brown - Derek Brown Photography
London Borough of Camden
Ulrich Tigges - Berlin
Clare Darlaston - Concern for Swifts Scotland
Helen Perkins - Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
Julian Dowding
Bram Vogels
Oriana Ferrandino - Ascoli Piceno Italy
Mauro Ferri - CISNIAR Italy
Raymond Fulton - NHS Northern Ireland
Mark Glanville - Bristol Swifts
Marc Guyt - AGAMI Photo Agency
Darz Mol & Inger Lund

Tim Webb - RSPB London Office
Graham Catley -
Martin Grund - Swift Schools in Bavaria
Richard Aumonier - Sculptor
Terry Simms - Tarifa Swift Photos
Erich Kaiser - Kronberg Swift Colony
Arthur Leidgren - Sweden
Tom Lindroos - Finland
Margers Martinsons
Seyed Babak Musavi
Dick Newell - Action for Swifts
Jonathan Pomroy - Wildlife Artist
Richard Thaxton - RSPB Scotland
Hans Willemsen - Haarlem, Holland
Graham Roberts - West Sussex CC/SOS
Amanda Ferguson - Zoological Society of London
Alan Wadsworth - Cambridge Bird Club
Willi Bernbeck & Matthias Schmidt
Dave McGough

Swift Conservation gratefully acknowledges help from

AGAMI Photo Agency
British Trust for Ornithology
London Borough of Camden Berlin
London Borough of Croydon
Derek Brown Photography
The City of Edinburgh Council
Martin Grund - Swifts & Schools
Jan Holmgren

Erich Kaiser - Kronberg Swift Colony
The late Chris Mead
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Oxley Conservation
Jorge Sanz - Alcudia Swift Campaign
Michael Shemilt - Century Galleries
London Borough of Southwark
Sussex Ornithological Society
West Sussex County Council
Zoological Society of London

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