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The other is the sand martin, which has already been reported flying and feeding over rivers and reservoirs in many places. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That'd be a sand martin, the first of the hirundines to show, the others being the house martin and of course, swallow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ihad been watching some sand martins catching flies over a large, flooded gravel pit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Migration is also beginning among their relatives, the house and sand martins. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Along with chiffchaffs and sand martins, they are the earliest summer migrants to arrive. Times, Sunday Times (2018)Flying low over the torrent, the sand martins had returned. Times, Sunday Times (2018)The sand martins have been thriving, too (from 10; wwt.org.uk). Times, Sunday Times (2017)Sand martins are back in their colonies, and very busy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our excited voices matched the chittering sand martins. Times, Sunday Times (2018)The place is full of sand martins. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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