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Twelve nest boxes have recently been installed in All Saints Church with an attraction call sound system and six nest boxes have been installed at Exeter Road Primary School. A further ten boxes have been put up on private houses in Exmouth and two in Lympstone. We hope this will increase the breeding success of Exmouth's swifts and boost their numbers.

Visit Exmouth Swift Group's Facebook page to find out more about swifts in Exmouth.

Goldcrest, Withycombe

Do you have swallows or house martins nesting on your house? Please tell us!

It's useful to know which parts of Exmouth are special for these birds.


common swift in flight

Keith Richards and Simon Long installing swift nest boxes in the tower of All Saints Church, Exmouth

April 2018

ring necked parakeet
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ring necked parakeets
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ring necked parakeets  in Exmouth
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Blackcap male   Jan 19
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Coal Tit  Nov 2018
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Goldfinch Nov 18
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Little   Egret
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Kingfisher on shopping trolley at mouth
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Fledgling green woodpecker
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Great Tit  fledgling May 2018
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Long Tailed  Tit  April 18, Hulham Road
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Click on one of the pictures to open the gallery

For stunning  photos of birds and other wildlife in Exmouth and the surrounding area-
go to birdingExmouth blog

a guide from the Wildlife Trusts

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