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bwfov

Hi,
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flue liner

Really enjoyed reading your blog post. I will have to bookmark your site for later.

Matt Mendenhall

Thanks, Mike. It was quite a thrill to hold the bird and to watch it turn its head to follow my movements. But of course it was even more thrilling to hear that it survived. Recently, the Humane Society posted a story about the swift, which now has a cool new name. I wonder if the other swifts in his chimney are envious.
http://www.wihumane.org/wildlife/ReleaseMatt.aspx

Mike

Wow, great save! Those photos are amazing. I've never seen a stationary swift before.

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