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(called the "Swallow's Nest" [1] and "The Brothers.") assisting the rugged scenery of a bend of the river down to our right.
else, what else happened that year we wove a swallow's nest of baby
Equally important is a water source, which is necessary for attracting any sort of wildlife, but is also vital as a source of mud necessary to create the swallow's nest. If there are no ponds nearby, trays or plates of mud can be set out to help attract the birds.
While there's not a lot for the youngsters to do at The Swallow's Nest, they are nonetheless extremely well catered for.
Then, rounding another bend in the path, we look up through the trees and there it is, Prodromou Monastery, apparently defying gravity as it clings to the rock like a giant swallow's nest.
Eco retreat in the Blackdown Hills Approached by a private drive and surrounded by 30 acres of land in the beautiful Blackdown Hills, Swallow's Nest is a luxury eco holiday cottage, lovingly created by owners Sue and Neil from a derelict milking parlour.
asks barmaid Katy Jones, aged 26, from The Swallow's Nest, in Halesowen.
In a performance titled The Great Swallow, he lived for seven days in a reconstructed swallow's nest 130 ft up on the side of the Rotunda.
Officers at Langbaurgh Police's recently opened HQ on Kirkleatham Business Park were surprised to spot a swallow's nest perched on a fire alarm.
/ Monasteri Podromou, stuck to a cliff-face like a swallow's nest. / We would like to stay the night here, it is possible, but the monk in charge will not speak to us, I am ignored and hang around the place like a ghost nobody believes in.
"Tony ran in to see what was going on and saw the kids had got a swallow's nest with eight chicks in it.