This work collates late-1990s research findings from the field of ornithology to provide a thoroughly modern overview of swift identification and distribution. This edition has revised artwork and maps, and much new textual material.A Guide to the Swifts and Treeswifts of the World Phil Chantler ... but sharply pointed and tapering on the outerwing, with the trailing edge remaining very straight while the leading edge tapers sharply. The tail ... Upperparts appear uniform and dark with underparts appearing quite pale from throat to breast and then darker grey. ... and Mount Mulanje, in E Zimbabwe at Inyangani, Stapleford, Chimanimani and Melsetter in the Inyanga Highlands, and Mount Gorongoza in Mozam- bique.
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