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Chimney Swift program rescheduled for June 18
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ALBANY — The Albany Historical Society presents the program “Chimney Swifts — Our Diminutive and Acrobatic Aerial Insectivores: Their Life History and Conservation Needs” at 7 p.m. on June 18 at 119 North Water Street, Albany. The presenter will be David Sample. 

This program was originally canceled on May 21 due to inclement weather. 

Learn about this unique bird species, its behavior and life history, and what citizens can do to help conserve them into the future. 

Chimney Swifts are fascinating birds, about which there is still much to learn. They are on the wing all day, resting only when they roost at night in uncapped brick chimneys. Their populations have been declining for several decades. 

The program will start following a short business meeting. 

Call or text 608-214-8289 for any questions.