Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Oxford


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Swifts, to be precise. Every year, swifts fly into Oxford from North Africa, and many of them nest, aptly enough, in the tower of the Oxford Museum of Natural History. The Museum have installed a camera, so you can watch them live.
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51.75°N, 1.26°W

Sunrise: 04:05
Sunset: 20:16
Moon Phase: waning crescent
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