In the corner of a large meadow in the Parkland there is an Oak Tree. Its a favoured spot each year for immature Swallows to perch, while their parents fly low sorties over the grassland catching flies and returning to their offsprings. Some of the immature practice their own low level stunts and then return to the tree. They have about another two months to build up their bodies and improve their flying skills before they endure the long flight back to Africa.
Check out the one on the right below, with eyes shut and beak open ready to receive another tasty morsel from its parent.