Bohm's spinetail is named after Dr. R Böhm.
African palm-swifts inhabit semi-dry savannahs with scattered palms and in towns with native and alien fan palms.
Alpine swifts forage over a wide range of habitats including, grassland, rivers, desert and savannah.
Common swifts can be seen frequently over open, semi-arid country.
African black swifts inhabit mainly mountainous country when breeding.
Bradfield's swift is named after RD Bradfield.
Little swifts inhabit built up areas and around gorges, cliffs and rocky crags.
Horus swift forage over open habitats.
White-rumped swifts are a gregarious species usually found in groups of up to 12 .