We have worked with specialists from across Europe to develop and produce products for Swifts.

The population of these birds has declined since the 1970s and all three species are now on the Amber List of Birds of Conservation Concern. Swifts, although superficially similar to Swallows and House Martins, belong to a different group.

Swifts nest at height, normally at least two stories, inside cavities in eaves or roof spaces. Property maintenance and renovation often denies access to these birds, so providing a specially designed nest box is a practical way of helping the species and may be a condition of planning consent.