I 2 T H J U N E 1967 a small swift with a white rump and a conspicuous white throat was seen by Dr. J. T. R. Sharrock at Cape Clear Bird Observatory, Co. Cork, and from the details noted seems likely to have been a White-rumped Swift Apus affinis, an African and southern Asiatic species which is also Variously known as the Little Swift, House Swift, Little African Swift and Indian Swift. If the re...

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