House Swift (Apus nipalensis): New publication

Dietary analysis of the House Swift (Apus nipalensis) in Hong Kong using prey DNA in faecal samples. (Chung, C.T., Wong, H.S., Kwok, M.L. et al. – Avian Res 12, 5 (2021)). To read & download the article, click… Read More

Neotropical Swifts (by Renata Biancalana)

The Neotropics are home for 32 species of swifts that occur in the Americas. Though they are widespread and many are considered common, we barely know the life of most of these incredible birds. Swifts are divided in two main groups (subfamilies), the Cypseloidinae and the Apodinae. Renata Biancalana (Brazil) introduces us to some of these species.