08 Chimney Swifts Nestling Flap and Parents Feed





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Uploaded on Jun 10, 2007

Once the young Chimneny Swifts are completely feathered and their eyes are open, they will cling to nest and flap their wings to exercise their pectoral muscles. At this age, their vocalizations become more evident as they respond to the parents coming in to feed them...

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