Pallid Swift


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STATUS
Summer visitor and migrant. 

ABUNDANCE
Scarce.

HABITAT
Like its close relative, nests in cracks and crannies of town and village buildings.

 

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
Stays with us longer than the Common Swift, the first arriving in February and the last leaving in October. 

DISTRIBUTION
Scattered pairs and colonies throughout the whole territory, though most abundant in the towns of Guadalquivir valley (Hornachuelos, Montoro, Andújar, Villanueva de la Reina, Guarromán, Carboneros, Bailén). We know of no site where it does not coincide with the Common Swift.

COMMENTS
Distinguishing the Swift and Pallid Swift is one of the stiffest challenges posed by Iberian birdlife. Hence the lack of certain data about the distribution of Apus pallidus. Can be told apart only on call or by very close views in good light.

 

 

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