The chimney swallow nested in hollow trees, and, perhaps, occasionally resorts thither yet.
On the wing the chimney swallow looks like an athlete stripped for the race.
It is you who must encourage the faith I feel starting somewhere in this room, like a chimney swallow that would fain fly out.
The Chimney Swift is often called the chimney swallow, but it is very easy to tell one from a swallow.
The house martin does not, like the chimney swallow, sweep the ground and water in its flight.
The bank swallow also lays white eggs, as does the chimney swallow, the white-bellied swallow, and the purple martin.
With the breath of the chimney there came presently the chimney swallow, and dropped much fatigued upon the deck of the steamer.
In Europe the chimney swallow builds in barns, and the barn swallow builds in chimneys.