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Birds' nest plan for Belfast Hills is a towering success

Published 17/04/2014

Swift towers are sprouting across the Belfast Hills as part of a project spearheaded by the Belfast Hills Partnership.

The state-of-the-art ready-made multiple nests have been installed at Bog Meadows nature reserve, Colin allotments and the offices of the Belfast Hills Partnership at the Social Economy Village on Hannahstown Hill in west Belfast.

Naiscoil Eanna in the grounds of St Enda's GAA grounds on Hightown in Glengormley has also had swift towers installed.

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