The bank swallow and chimney swift are smaller and less conspicuous than the martin, less noisy but quite as useful.
They call him the chimney swift, because he flies so fast, and you must always give him his right name.
No other birds except the chimney swift and the little brown creeper ever do this.
The chimney swift is often called the chimney swallow, but it is very easy to tell one from a swallow.
The chimney swift is, properly speaking, not a swallow at all, though chimney swallow is its more popular name.
On the wing the chimney swift looks like an athlete stripped for the race.
To my ear it is much more like the chippering of a chimney swift.
The eave swallow and barn swallow and the chimney swift all belie their names in the few wild haunts still uninvaded by man.
A late writer in a newspaper tells a little story showing the affection of a chimney swift for her little one.
Please, Olive, won't you tell us the table for the chimney swift now?