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Looking for Swallow Nest Sites for Documentary Series (1 Viewer)

Roshan

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United Kingdom
Hi Guys, very glad to be part of the group!

I am a researcher for an upcoming wildlife documentary series produced by Plimsoll Productions (Bristol, UK). We specialise in producing blue chip natural history programmes and recent productions include Tiny World (Apple TV+), Night on Earth (Netflix) and Hostile Planet (National Geographic). We have a very exciting new project at quite an early stage in production and I'm gathering information on stories and species we could potentially film.

Specifically, I am hoping to find a barn/farm/cottage location in the UK where we might be able to film swallows and their nests this Spring/Summer and I was wondering if anyone here might be able to suggest some locations? Do you know of specific farms or picturesque buildings which frequently host swallow nests? Please get in touch if you do as I would love to hear from you . My email is: [email protected]

I would massively appreciate any assistance you guys can provide as we are committed to bringing these beautiful birds to the screen and informing the public about their amazing journeys. Looking forward to getting your insight!
Kind Regards,
Roshan
 

KC Foggin

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Hi there and a warm welcome to you from those of us on staff here at BirdForum (y)
We're glad you found us and thanks for taking a moment to say hello. Please join in wherever you like ;)

I'm going to move your thread to the Birds & Birding section of the Forum as you'll likely get m ore suggestions there ;)
 
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