- The swifts
are a family, Apodidae
, of highly aerial
birds. They are superficially similar
to swallows, but are not closely related
to any p****erine species...
/ˈæpədɪfɔːrmiːz/ contained three living
families: the swifts
), the treeswifts
(Hemiprocnidae), and the hummingbirds
studies: Family Trochilidae
(hummingbirds, 368 species) Family Apodidae
(swifts, 96 species) Family Caprimulgidae
(nightjars, 98 species) Family...
- and Collocalia. They form the Collocaliini tribe within
the swift family Apodidae
. The group contains around thirty species mostly confined
- The short-tailed swift
(Chaetura brachyura) is a bird in the Apodidae
, or swift
family. The subspecies
C. b. ocypetes
is sometimes considered
a full species...
- chimney swift
(Chaetura pelagica) is a bird belonging
to the swift family Apodidae
. A member
of the genus
Chaetura, it is closely related
to both the Vaux's...
- needletail Hirundapus caudacutus Apodidae
169 km/h 105 mph 169 km/h 105 mph High-speed wings Common swift
Apus apus Apodidae
111.6 km/h 69.3 mph 166 km/h...
- The Faroe
Islands' avifauna consists
of bird, including
the last 150 years, over 260 species
have been recorded....
- This lists
in Mont-Tremblant National
Park in Quebec, Canada. The bolded species indicate
that they are threatened
in the area. Canada...
- The house swift
(Apus nipalensis) is a species
in the family Apodidae
. It is found
in ****an, Nepal, and Southeast
Asia. It is capable