Cypsellus apus, Lin.
99. :- Jerdon's Birds of India, Vol. I, p. 177 ; Murray's Vertebrate Zoology of Sind, p. 105.
THE EUROPEAN SWIFT.
Length, 7; extent, 15.5; wing, 6.25 ; tail, 2.62.
The whole plumage, except the chin and throat, which are white, glossy brown-black; the tail is rather more forked than in the last; and the wings extend two inches beyond the tail. The European Swift only occurs as a cold weather visitantto some parts of Sind. It has not been recorded from any other portion of the district.