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Alternative names: Cook Swiftlet, Cook Islands Swiftlet, Sawtell's Swiftlet
10cm a small Swiftlet.
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Like other Aerodramus Swiftles this species is often placed in Collocalia.
Recorded over forest and open areas.
Not much data about food and feeding. Known to forage slowly through the forest canopy.
Breeds between September and April in colonies in the Kopeka caves. The nest is bracket or cup-shaped and made of coconut crown fibre, hold together with little saliva. Lays two eggs.
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