Swift Tower has just been installed on a roundabout near the city centre of Exeter thanks to determination from Devon Wildlife Trust, Exeter City Council and the RSPB, plus developer funding. At the same time another Swift Tower arrived in the port of Belfast, sitting on newly opened nature reserve Belfast’s Window on Wildlife (WOW). Advice and support were been provided throughout the process by Swift Conservation and Action for Swifts. The towers are the version of the Warsaw Swift Tower, with solar panels to power Swifts' calls played during the summer to attract new nesters.
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/// Exeter Swift Tower, photo by Emily Stallworthy - Devon Wildlife Trust
The Exeter Swift Tower has been constructed as a centre piece for newly landscaped Paris Street Roundabout. The Tower forms part of the Exeter Wild City project an initiative between Exeter City Council and Devon Wildlife Trust which aims to help wildlife thrive in the city and help people connect to nature on their doorstep. The tower project has been developed working closely with the RSPB.
/// Belfast Swift Tower, photo by RSPB
The Belfast Swift Tower has been nestled in the heart of the Belfast Harbour Estate, Belfast’s Window on Wildlife (WOW) which is home to birds and wildlife from all over the world./// find out more about Swift Tower project