Aiheittain ryhmiteltyjä Twitteristä poimittuja esimerkkejä enimmäkseen tervapääskyille tarkoitetuista linnunpöntöistä rakennuksissa: räystään alla, seinällä, upotettuna, ym.
Saatan siirtää näitä myöhemmin aiheisiin tarkemmin sopiville sivuille. Ks. myös @kaupunkilinnut Twitter-tili.
Kokoelma pönttömalleja tervapääskyille, ja niiden ohjeet. Käyvät pääsääntöisesti myös varpusille.
Just one month to go folks! It’s time to get those Swift Boxes up, visit ; https://t.co/AdJBptgm7N for a variety of Swift Box designs to make or purchase....This is the simplest shoe box design... pic.twitter.com/i5d4ZYseeC— Swift Awareness Week (@swiftsweek) April 4, 2019
Seuraavia pönttöjä on seinällä jo niin paljon että keskimmäiset ovat linnuillekin vaikeasti hahmotettavissa. Kommentissa suositeltiin näin isolle määrälle n. 10 pöntön ryhmiä.
Swift nest boxes on the side of a house in Baku pic.twitter.com/homQfWPp1l— Phil Abbott (@Seatonbirder) June 4, 2019
The #Woking #Swifts are taking an interest in our swift boxes, hopefully the fledglings like what they see and take up residence next summer!— Swifts in Woking (@SwiftsInWoking) July 4, 2019
Big thank you to the resident for capturing this fantastic footage.@wokingcouncil #biodiversity #ThamesWey pic.twitter.com/WqXmGnfh6u
We have 5 artificial nests on our house. In 2015 we had work on the roof so 2 natural nests had to be removed. I replaced them with 5 artificial nests not knowing whether they’d work. In 2016 no joy and I was really saddened. 2017 one occupied. 2018 all five occupied! pic.twitter.com/EACCMRRjTe— House Martins UK and Ireland (@ukhousemartins) July 22, 2018
I can never get tired of sitting in my garden watching these #swifts, it's like having my very own Red Arrows display and now they're checking out my other boxes👍 #SwiftAwarenessWeek @SaveourSwifts @ChrisGPackham pic.twitter.com/cvym1hqkGs— Dan Richards (@pilts1974) June 24, 2019
Thanks to @Woking_NewsMail and @wokingcouncil for publishing our article, keep sharing our information, and keep sharing swift sightings with us this summer! #SwiftAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/lLVFto3AIL— Swifts in Woking (@SwiftsInWoking) June 19, 2018
More than 30 of our homemade #swift boxes have been put up by #NewVisionHomes on their properties across #Woking! With more than 5 #swift boxes put up on each selected property, lets hope this appeals to the swift's gregarious nature..#Biodiversity #ThamesWey @wokingcouncil pic.twitter.com/jFRiXkebXn— Swifts in Woking (@SwiftsInWoking) June 21, 2019
Four of the 8 Swift nest boxes @3Northumberland have placed on the Old Morpeth Registry #Morpeth. These on Newgate Street - others on the back. Great to see local developers keen to improve the ecology of their building @MoreInMorpeth @SaveourSwifts @NTBirdClub @AfSwifts pic.twitter.com/Ah3bBP1GVB— Save Morpeth Swifts (@MorSwifts) July 2, 2019
I put up six swift boxes and have had plenty of interest however two have made the top of my sparrow nest box home 😂 still I'm not complaining. pic.twitter.com/FwFPnpGahi— Dan Richards (@pilts1974) June 24, 2019
Mrs C of Mallard Drive, #Hull got in touch to say she misses her #Swifts after some years ago inadvertently blocking a nest site. After discussing various options, 2 swift boxes were installed. Swifts love these Local Authority built houses but renovations are excluding Swifts. pic.twitter.com/NIXmWENlUA— Hull & East Yorks Swift Conservation (@HEYapus) May 31, 2019
So today THIS happened! It's taken 4 years. I'm absolutely over the moon! #Swifts IN the @RSPB_N_England #Lancaster office boxes! Hopefully the accommodation is up to scratch and nesting will commence next spring. @LancasterSwifts @AfSwifts @SaveourSwifts @swiftsweek @JohnDayRSPB pic.twitter.com/jVmiOcL3lG— Gavin Thomas (@GTAlstonWader) July 8, 2019
Lovely to see swift boxes up in Richmond Heights, and to see swifts around - more observations should determine if these boxes are occupied. pic.twitter.com/D7B1kJRJYU— Bath Swift Group (@BathSwifts) June 26, 2017
New nest sites for #Swifts built in to @LGRSLancaster. Brilliant work by site manager Paul, Head @christopherpyle and @LancasterSwifts supported by @RSPB_N_England Work finished a few weeks ago, attraction calls played, occupied already!!! #WorldSwiftDay @SaveourSwifts @AfSwifts pic.twitter.com/AFu2ZcrGAL— Gavin Thomas (@GTAlstonWader) June 7, 2019
Swifts like to nest up high to be able to drop out of the entrance, it is important we continue to provide these unique sites for the future of these birds https://t.co/WgeCoKOwaL #swifts #ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/d2kMQ2bPLP— RSPB (@Natures_Voice) August 2, 2018
New developments bring new Swift homes. Twelve subtle Swift bricks have been incorporated into a brand new #ThamesWeyGroup residence, an excellent example of conservation and development going hand in hand.— Swifts in Woking (@SwiftsInWoking) March 5, 2019
There will be more of this to come.#Swifts @wokingcouncil #biodiversity pic.twitter.com/ymDc7oIiW8
Check out these beautiful images taken by @WildLondon ranger, Sunitha, of a nesting pair of sand martins & their chicks at #WalthamstowWetlands. The last breeding pair was recorded here onsite in 2011. Sand martins are summer visitors to the UK arriving mid-March to mid-April... pic.twitter.com/rN5cOCJtTc— Walthamstow Wetlands (@E17Wetlands) June 25, 2019
#Igel #Spatz #Admiral sollen für die Mieter der Gemeinnützigen #Wohnungsbaugesellschaft #Ingolstadt erlebbar sein! #Animal_Aided_Design #AAD Projekt wird umgesetzt. #DONAUKURIER berichtet. #TUM #UniKassel #Biodiversität #Artenschutz #Artenvielfalt #Naturschutz #Stadtnatur pic.twitter.com/613wjSOV8f— Rudolf Wittmann 🌳🌲 (@RudiWittmann) December 20, 2018
Kirkon tornissa olevat pesäpaikat ovat (ymmärtääkseni) säleikössä ikkuna-aukolta vaikuttavalla paikalla, ja sen kaikilla neljällä seinällä. Vrt. kuva 3 sivulla Saving Britain's swifts - in pictures:
Swift Awareness Week Event in West Suffolk tonight. 10 Year Anniversary Festival of Worlington Church Swifts. Packed All Saints listening to Judith Wakelam, Dick Newell and Andy Clements inspire and motivate. @AfSwifts @_BTO #SwiftAwarenessWeek #Swifts pic.twitter.com/0Ugm9Ye38K— Simon Evans (@Spe24Simon) June 27, 2019
Someone else has moved into my houseboat pic.twitter.com/zqoofRTAek— Jane Fallon (@JaneFallon) July 7, 2019
This juvenile #Swift would never have existed if it wasn't for asking the #Longridge building owner if he'd leave the holes at the top of the wall he was getting re-pointed alone. Get to know your local nest sites and protect them for #SwiftAwarenessWeek @AfSwifts @SaveourSwifts pic.twitter.com/4uJWP4i0WQ— Gavin Thomas (@GTAlstonWader) June 20, 2018
Absolutely. The #Sparrows live in the #NooksAndCrannies here as they have always done & they are welcomed. #Housemartins too. Both the above & #Swifts are protected by Law. Constantly warning people. pic.twitter.com/bhGT9YJ0lC— SaveOurSparrows (@SaveOurSparrows) June 20, 2018
Experts at @SaveourSwifts estimate that 20k+ new nest sites need to be installed every year over 40 years to restore the population to historic levels. They can easily be helped with replacement internal and external nest boxes: https://t.co/NINzGjyXg7 #SwiftAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/Dfnf7axjxf— Broads Authority (@BroadsAuth) June 18, 2018
Swifts leaving the nest and in flight, St Nicholas Church, Wells, Norfolk. Filmed at 500 frames per second ! Cannot believe the tight space to the nest entrance! @SaveourSwifts @Natures_Voice #swifts #nature #natures_voice #HXRNX80 pic.twitter.com/kvIBnnvC6M— Paul Bunyard (@wildaboutimages) June 20, 2019
Cambridgen torni on muutaman vuoden jälkeen saanut tervapääskyjä, mutta muutoin nämä näyttävimmät tornit eivät ainakaan ensi alkuun ole kelvanneet suurelle määrälle tervapääskyjä.
Did you know it's #SwiftAwarenessWeek? There are a number of events nearby that you can see on this map: https://t.co/72ZMdjXgzz We've helped boost swifts in Cambridge with our swift tower at Logan's Meadow and these swift boxes designed for Queen Anne Car Park pic.twitter.com/giH8GfZwpl— Cambridge City Council (@camcitco) June 27, 2019
Swift Tower in Cardiff is looking mightily fine in the sunshine! No sign of swifts using it yet but hopefully next season.— Dan Rouse (@DanERouse) July 2, 2019
A species facing decline, but how many houses can we get involved in having swift or nesting boxes and cities to have more of these towers? pic.twitter.com/G2iDG2Y8fB