Georgean and Paul Kyles’ love affair with Chimney Swifts spans more than three decades. They have hand-reared and released more than 1,100 displaced nestlings, designed and built over 200 towers for use as nesting and roosting sites, and worked tirelessly to educate the public.
The Kyles are the founders of the North American Chimney Swift Nest Site Research Project, a continent-wide conservation initiative. They have received the National Partners in Flight award for their public awareness efforts.
Join Paul and Georgean Kyle for unprecedented insight into the home life of Chimney Swifts and their efforts over the past three decades to promote Chimney Swift conservation at Travis Audubon’s Chaetura Canyon Sanctuary in Texas.
On this webinar:
- Learn what makes Chimney Swifts so unique.
- Watch a video of a nesting season at Chaetura Canyon Sanctuary.
- Learn how each individual can make a positive difference for this species in decline.