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Swallow Some Advice From Seprona

Before removing any swallow’s nests from your property, please consult with the municipal authority.

Remember that they are protected by the law of Natural heritage and biodiversity. Besides that,  having a nest nearby keeps the populations of flies and mosquitoes at bay.

By early June most swallows have started breeding and by July, the first brood of young has usually left the nest and flown away. The parents will normally then go on to raise a second brood, sometimes even a third. By early September, most swallows are preparing to migrate.

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