Of the warm countries came the Swifts…

of the warm countries came the Martins, and we expect stragapede What to do if faced in his life with the swift Is an adult black swift If he sits on the ground, he will never be able to fly by himself in addition, he is absolutely helpless and can, perhaps, try to scare the cat, dog, or crow of a hissing cry of the Swift can help by just lifting his palm higher swift immediately understand what to do to Throw impossible – possible, the bird fell and hurt herself or she could be dehydrated or overheating Then it is easy again to fall to the ground If swift doesn’t and he doesn’t look injured, most likely he’s dehydrated Is to try to take it home, hotpot water and let it rest (in small box) Probably a day or two it will be let go to Feed the swift can be boiled low-fat cottage cheese mixed with Daphnia No meat, maggots, eggs, carrots, bread and other things Or insects (feed roaches, crickets, grasshoppers, flies, drones – and no one but) Swifts often fly on balconies or in the hallways most Likely, this bird will be scared and will hiss and rush to Fear the swift is not worth it He’s still afraid of you than the most he can do is to scratch with claws to Peck they cannot Catch the swift should be careful not to break wing or feathers, but, most likely, when you touch the wing, swift himself “will develop” and you will be convenient to take the matter of disgust a Lot of people who are afraid of a heap of sores, which according to them can get touching the wild bird Swifts spend most of their lives in the air and have no contact with anyone except relatives They can’t physically sick with psittacosis or something such terrible-terrible, they Have no fleas, no worms, they don’t get bird flu do Not deny the bird in the rescue because they are afraid to catch from it what it doesn’t even hurt anymore Will be very nice if this information goes in the census May just save the life of a bird

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