People passionate about nature

Chimney Swifts


Marissa Berard


Earl Grey Community Club, 360 Cockburn St. North


Monday, May 6, 2024

Start Time: 

7:30 pm


$10 for Nature Manitoba members (or students), $15 for non-members

Have you ever heard of Chimney Swifts?

Chimney Swifts are a unique bird that live nest in chimneys, clinging to the vertical walls with their long claws. Unfortunately, their populations are declining rapidly. The Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative works to monitor swifts across the province and protect important swift habitat, including repairing old chimneys. We will talk about threats to Chimney Swifts, how to identify them, and the many ways you can contribute to swift conservation.

Buy tickets at Eventbrite for the Chimney Swifts workshop


Photo by Katharine Schulz

Registration for the 2024 Nature Manitoba workshops will open for members on January 5, 2024