More detailed notes on swift activity are in the 2019 Swift diary.
Here is a page with some explanation of how I do the video.
Live video from some of Clarke Brunt's swift nestboxes. Click to start.
Please see the notes below.
This is nestbox #1 in which swifts have raised young in each year from 2012 to 2018.
In 2019, the first swift returned on 2019-May-7, and was joined by a second on 2019-May-11. A first egg was laid on 2019-May-18, a second on 2019-May-20, and a third on 2019-May-22.
The static picture from 2015 shows two adult swifts and their three young.
This is nestbox #4 in which swifts raised young in each year from 2014 to 2018.
In 2019, the first swift returned on 2019-May-15, and was joined by a second on 2019-May-16. A first egg was laid on 2019-May-23.
The static picture from 2016 shows both adult swifts at the nest.
I don't guarantee that the video will remain online, or will be working at any given time, so try later if it doesn't work. Please don't leave the live video running for extended periods, especially if you're not actually watching it. You can close it (and return to the static image) without leaving the page by clicking the [x] at top-right of the video, or by hitting 'q' (while over the video). Hit 'f' while over the video for full-screen, or use the icon. Clicking the video (or spacebar) will pause or re-start it.
There might be audio as well as video.
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