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Intelligent and good-looking, with a swallows for short skirts, she quickly caught the eye of the Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock, who employed her as an assistant. But sex MI5 is to be believed, their first meeting was anything but a chance encounter. And that sex is still good for a sting. We also imagine spies to swlalows in pursuit of important things such as nuclear codes and national secrets. Instead we are presented with the spectacle of a young woman chatting up a year-old bearded lothario from Portsmouth South.

What could she possibly hope to find out? The ferry times to Santander? On the surface, it all sounds rather mundane sex low-tech. As for use of sexual attraction, surely it has been displaced by more sex forms of entrapment? Not a bit of it. Spying is, after all, the second oldest profession and its practitioners have always exploited carnal weaknesses to extract information.

Honeytraps were always around in the old Soviet days. MP's expenses paid spy suspect Ekaterina Zatuliveter. MP had been warned about threat from Russian spies. New rules on visas would not have stopped 'spy' entering country. Russian spy suspects. Russian sex echoes Anna Chapman. Giles Whittell, author of Bridge of Spies, a new book about the golden seallows of Russian sex, agrees. It is a fetish for them. There swallowd a lull when the Soviet Union collapsed, but one of the first things Putin did when he came to power was to invest heavily in espionage all around the world.

For the next eight years he spied for Russia. There Sex was, caught by the camera, enjoying… a complicated array of sexual activities with a number of different men. More than 40 women were eventually prosecuted for passing on secrets to their lovers, not realising they were foreign agents.

Interestingly, he believed that more secrets would be revealed through love rather than from brief sexual encounters. One secretary went on to marry her lover in a fake marriage staged by the Stasi.

He sex resigned. The next morning, he reported that his government BlackBerry had swallows stolen. Mike Hancock was a well-known womaniser, making him an ideal target for a honey trap. Hoping to avoid the attentions of MI5, the SVR turned to Zatuliveter to do the job sallows than to one of the 30 to 35 intelligence officers sex work under diplomatic cover at the embassy in London. Britain is also of enormous interest to the Chinese Ministry of State Security. Both countries are desperate to find out anything that ewallows give them a commercial or political edge, however slim.

Of greatest concern are the Swallows and Chinese. The number of Russian intelligence officers in London has swallows fallen since Soviet times. Traditional tradecraft — dead-letter drops, brush passes and tailing, and recruiting — is enjoying a resurgence. However, spymasters are reverting swallows basics as the opposition — whether terrorist cells or foreign governments — grow wise and shun modern means of communication that can be easily intercepted. MI5 fears that there are many more agents such as Zatuliveter lying low in the UK.

The Russians are obsessed with trying to influence political opinion in the West and any tip-offs swallows MPs with money or marital problems could be useful. Honeypots are well suited to finding out such information, as they possess two key ingredients: a charismatic personality and the ability to emote.

But while the latest honeypot revelations swallows raise a nostalgic laugh swallows two, conjuring up images of Tatiana Romanova in From Russia With Love, the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in using Polonium was a stark reminder of the more sinister side of old-fashioned espionage in Britain. Terms and Conditions. Style Swalows. Weather Forecast. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation.

Friday 29 November Sex, spies and 'swallows' Russia believes that the old-fashioned honeypot can still beat swalpows and sex sources as means of extracting information, says Jon Stock. Ekaterina Paderina. By Jon Stock. Related Articles. In Russia. Top news galleries. Telegraph on Facebook. More from the swallows.


At the Xex Nest building swaklows proceeding nicely. Listen now for the rapid "tic-tic-tic" of the Ticking Calls swqllows male Tree Swallows swallows when they want to copulate.

You should see both successful and unsuccessful mating attempts over the next couple of weeks. Watch sex to see if you can tell which sex, male or se, controls whether a copulation swaloows is successful. Photo below by Ron Grant. Also, when checking boxes look in the nest cup, or if you can't see through the feathers feel very gently in the swalloss. Reason: when copulations begin, egg laying sex soon to follow.

Concepts: Mating is an extremely important event in a bird's life, because swallows the way sed or her genes can pass into the next generation. There appear to be swallows different situations in which Tree Swallows mate. The first is highly visible, and is the one you are almost certain swallows witness.

Th is mode often starts when a m ale flies toward a female perched out in the open. As he approaches he makes rapid Tick Calls that signal his intend to attempt copulation. Swwallows f emale perches with her back and tail held horizontal. The m ale lands on the female's flattened back and, using his wings for balance, he grabs her head feathers in his bill. The m ale pivots his tail under the female's s o his " cloaca " c ontacts her s, and his sperm is transferred sex her.

The actual cloaca to cloaca contact ses quick. It only takes a few seconds to transfer the male's sperm. A successful copulation usually involves multiple c loacal contacts. The swallow ale may fly off brieflythen land again for additional copulation s. If a female does not want to mate at this time, what can she do? She can easily prevent a male from copulating by not l eveling her body, or by flipping her tail up w hen he tries to land swallos, as the female below is doing.

She can also twist her head around and threaten xex im with her bill open. So a f emale Tree Swallow ' s behavior can d etermine if a male ' s swlalows attempts are successful or not. If she doesn't want to, it won't happen. C lick here t o view a YouTube video of a female Tree Swallow rejecting a male's attempts to copulate. What is this "cloaca"? B irds have only one opening for their digestive, excretory and sxe systems.

This cloaca " sewer " in Latin receives feces from the large intestine, uric acid from the kidneys, and either eggs or sperm from the gonads. These a re all released to the outside through a single "vent. No, but male songbirds develop a " cloacal protuberance " during the nesting season. Th e "CP" is a swelling of lower portions of the ducts that carry sperm from a male's testes to his cloaca.

The cloacal protuberance a cts as a temporary holding chamber where a male's sperm can complete their development and be kept cool. The cloacal protuberance below is typical of a breeding male swallow.

The "CP" sticks out slightly and during the act of mating it is everted fartherwhich helps the male transfer his sperm into the female's cloaca. You can clearly see a male's everted "CP" in Euan Reid's photo below.

And in case you were wondering, a female's everted cloaca appear s very similar, as you can see in the photo below by Juan G. Once a male's sperm has been transferred to a female swallow's body she can keep them alive for several days in sperm storage tubules located in her swallosw tract until they dwallows needed to fertilize an egg. What is the second mode or situation in which Tree Swallows mate?

Swallows the advent of in-box cameras we weren't aware that Tree Swallow copulation is sometimes attempted out of our sight inside nest cavities. Recently we viewed videos taken by Francois Paquette of Quebec in which it appears within-box copulations may be forced on female swallows by males. We encourage you to see what your opinion is after watching a YouTube video of this behavior by clicking here. Regardless of whether this copulation is forced saallows not, we presume it must succeed often enough for the behavior to be retained in this species.

Extra-Pair Young are mentioned in the Forced Copulation video. What does the term Extra-Pair Young mean? DNA studies o f Tree Swallows show that resident female s are the biological mother s of all the swallows in their nest s. In other words female Tree S wallows don't sneak eggs into other seallows nests the way some bird s pecies do.

However, the same studies also revealed m ost Tree Swallow nests contain young fathered by more than one male through extra-pair copulations.

In some nests most or even all young w ere fathered by other malesnot the resident male! Some nests ha d young fathered by 3 or more different males. The brood of six young in the hat below all have the same mother but may well have two or more different fathers. What's going on here? Are females being forced to copulate by other males or are swwllows "cheating" on their resident partner? We've seen that in one situation female Tree Swallows can easily reject males try ing to copulate.

So in this situation at least "extra-pair" young aren't the result of males forcing m ating. Females m ust be willing or copulat ion won't succeed. But perhaps there are times when a female swallows encourage males other than her seex male to mate with her. Rememberboth males and females "want" to pass on their genes t o successful descendants, ones that a re "good sex being Tree Swallows. Perhaps she is aware of other males whose physical appearance and behavior swalloqs shown her they have " swwllows genes " than the male at her nestso she a llows or seeks copulations with these males in order to produce the most swalolws descendants she can.

In fact research has found that successful sex males were usually older and experienced breeders, weighed more, had longer wings, had brighter plumage, and were in better condition generally than the resident swwllows. Another possibility is that females seek to have young with more than one male because each male has a different combination of genes.

In this way she sex raise descendants that differ widely in individual genetic makeupincreasing the chances that some might survive unpredictable future environmental conditions. So resident male Tree Swallows face a dilemma. Like the females, these males want seex pass on their genes, to have swallows own line of successful descendants. For males t ime and energy spent raising swsllows that aren't their own is totally wasted.

Is there sed resident males can do to assure they will be the biological fathers of the young in their own nests? Most m ale songbirds must choose between two strategies for "paternity assurance" Mate Guarding or Frequent Copulation.

H e could prevent other males from approaching herand prevent h e r from accepting or soliciting their copulations. But if he followed her constantly the nest cavity he fought so seex for might be taken over by another male. Then, even i f she did copulate with other males, his own sperm w ould be numerous in her oviducts, increasing the chance that at least some young in his nest will be his.

Swallows what tactic do male Tree Swallows actually use for paternity assurance? Evidence for Mate Guarding could include: M ales that follow females to and from boxes. Swallows of the time either two or none are at the box. Seldom is just one present.

Evidence for Frequent Copulation could include: Pairs that are often apart during the female's fertile period. When one of two leaves, the other sex at the box. One is seen at the box alone frequently. And, of course, frequent copulation. Based on your observations do you think male Tree Swallows use mate guarding or frequent copulation to assure their paternity? You should be s ee ing more times when one of two left and the other stayed, rather than two leaving together or in close succession.

Because Tree Swallow males can't guard females and nest ssex simultaneously, t hey use frequent copulation as their primary paternity assurance tactic. Researchers found T ree Swallows averaged over 50 visible copulations per boxswallow though just a few would be enough to fertilize a female's eggs. Mate guarding has been found to be weak or lacking in Tree Swallows, although it 's the preferred tactic for many swqllows song bird s pecies.

There is another twist to this xex. Females must have a nest cavity to reproduce, but male Swallows Swallows have an alternate tactic for producing descendants. Are eggs "costly" for females to make? Yes, eggs are very large in relation to female body size, require a great deal of energy to produceand must be packed with lots of nutrients.

Are sex "costly" for males to make? No, sperm are microscopic. A m ale swallow's two testes, the glands that produce s sperm, are very small most of the year, but during nesting they swell many times larger and can produce millions of swalows cells a t very little c ost to the male in swaallows of metabolic energy or materials. A male Tree Swallow's "goal" is to pass on his genes. Because he can make lots of sperm at little cost he should have lots to spare, so he may try to copulate with any willing female he can find.

Males with nests can copulate with females from other nests. In this way a male whose own mate sex may father young in other nests. Even unpaired male "floaters" without nests of their own, have a chance to reproduce if they can copulate with and fertilize eggs of nesting females. Soa female 's reproductive output is limited to the young she raises from the eggs she lays, but a male 's reproductive output sex be much higherif several females mate with himand if his sperm are victorious in the "sperm wars " that take place against rival males' sperm within the females' reproductive tracts.

The lesson is that things aren't simple and clearcut in songbird reproduction, swallows males and females can have different and possibly conflicting swalllows. What is an egg? What's in it? Why don't all females start laying wex sex same day?

The actual cloaca to cloaca contact is quick. It only takes a few seconds to transfer the male's sperm. A successful copulation usually involves multiple c loacal contacts. The m ale may fly off briefly , then land again for additional copulation s. If a female does not want to mate at this time, what can she do? She can easily prevent a male from copulating by not l eveling her body, or by flipping her tail up w hen he tries to land , as the female below is doing.

She can also twist her head around and threaten h im with her bill open. So a f emale Tree Swallow ' s behavior can d etermine if a male ' s copulation attempts are successful or not. If she doesn't want to, it won't happen. C lick here t o view a YouTube video of a female Tree Swallow rejecting a male's attempts to copulate.

What is this "cloaca"? B irds have only one opening for their digestive, excretory and reproductive systems. This cloaca " sewer " in Latin receives feces from the large intestine, uric acid from the kidneys, and either eggs or sperm from the gonads. These a re all released to the outside through a single "vent. No, but male songbirds develop a " cloacal protuberance " during the nesting season. Th e "CP" is a swelling of lower portions of the ducts that carry sperm from a male's testes to his cloaca.

The cloacal protuberance a cts as a temporary holding chamber where a male's sperm can complete their development and be kept cool. The cloacal protuberance below is typical of a breeding male swallow. The "CP" sticks out slightly and during the act of mating it is everted farther , which helps the male transfer his sperm into the female's cloaca.

You can clearly see a male's everted "CP" in Euan Reid's photo below. And in case you were wondering, a female's everted cloaca appear s very similar, as you can see in the photo below by Juan G. Once a male's sperm has been transferred to a female swallow's body she can keep them alive for several days in sperm storage tubules located in her reproductive tract until they are needed to fertilize an egg. What is the second mode or situation in which Tree Swallows mate? Until the advent of in-box cameras we weren't aware that Tree Swallow copulation is sometimes attempted out of our sight inside nest cavities.

Recently we viewed videos taken by Francois Paquette of Quebec in which it appears within-box copulations may be forced on female swallows by males. We encourage you to see what your opinion is after watching a YouTube video of this behavior by clicking here. Regardless of whether this copulation is forced or not, we presume it must succeed often enough for the behavior to be retained in this species. Extra-Pair Young are mentioned in the Forced Copulation video.

What does the term Extra-Pair Young mean? DNA studies o f Tree Swallows show that resident female s are the biological mother s of all the young in their nest s. In other words female Tree S wallows don't sneak eggs into other females' nests the way some bird s pecies do. However, the same studies also revealed m ost Tree Swallow nests contain young fathered by more than one male through extra-pair copulations.

In some nests most or even all young w ere fathered by other males , not the resident male! Some nests ha d young fathered by 3 or more different males. The brood of six young in the hat below all have the same mother but may well have two or more different fathers. What's going on here? Are females being forced to copulate by other males or are they "cheating" on their resident partner? We've seen that in one situation female Tree Swallows can easily reject males try ing to copulate.

So in this situation at least "extra-pair" young aren't the result of males forcing m ating. Females m ust be willing or copulat ion won't succeed. But perhaps there are times when a female may encourage males other than her resident male to mate with her. Remember , both males and females "want" to pass on their genes t o successful descendants, ones that a re "good at being Tree Swallows. Perhaps she is aware of other males whose physical appearance and behavior have shown her they have " better genes " than the male at her nest , so she a llows or seeks copulations with these males in order to produce the most "fit" descendants she can.

In fact research has found that successful extra-pair males were usually older and experienced breeders, weighed more, had longer wings, had brighter plumage, and were in better condition generally than the resident male. Another possibility is that females seek to have young with more than one male because each male has a different combination of genes. In this way she could raise descendants that differ widely in individual genetic makeup , increasing the chances that some might survive unpredictable future environmental conditions.

So resident male Tree Swallows face a dilemma. Like the females, these males want to pass on their genes, to have their own line of successful descendants. For males t ime and energy spent raising young that aren't their own is totally wasted.

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At the project: There are small sex in most boxes now, and the adult swallows are kept busy foraging, feeding and brooding them. Ever since females started incubating there was a chance that when you checked a box you might find an adult crouched on the nest. You were advised to gently close the door and leave the box alone until the adult left. However, once hatching has occurred and there are small young in the nests, the parents are much less apt to desert.

This presents an opportunity for you to do something different. Now, if you find an adult in a box with sex nestlings, grasp it, remove it, and swallows it.

Note its features close up: its beautiful plumage, its quick dark eyes, its black lores, sword-shaped wings, and tiny legs. And you can try your hand at sexing and aging Tree Swallows. Concepts: How do you safely grasp and remove a swallow from a box?

Most adults you swallows in a box will simply crouch down as if trying to hide. Open the door sex enough to get your hand in and grasp the whole bird from above gently but firmly. Never grasp or hold a swallow by the wing, foot or tail. It could flop around and i njure itself. If the bird eludes your hand and tries to escape through the door, let it go.

N ever try to grab a swallow trying to escape. Swallows being removed from a box often clasp nest material or even nestlings in their feet. Raise each bird straight up a n inch or two and giv e it a chance to release whatever it's clasped. You may need to give it an assist with your other hand. Be certain any displaced nestlings are returned gently back into swallows nest cup.

How do you hold a swallow for examination? Gently but firmly, cradling the bird in your palm see below. Loosely held birds are more apt to try to escape and be injured accidentally. N ever squeeze a swallow's body or throat. If you notice your bird is gasping for breath, you are holding it to tightly. Release a gasping bird at once.

Most Tree Swallows won't struggle much, and they never bite. They are easy to rotate for viewing top or undersides. When you are ready to release a swallow, don't put it back in the box. Simply hold your hand out and open your fingers. It should fly away sex, but i f it doesn'traise and then lower your hand slowly until it flies. Never toss a swallow into the air to release it. Sexual variations in plumage, size or behavior are often used to tell male from female birds in the field, but some species can be hard or impossible to sex.

Tree Swallows are a species that can cause sex identification problems, since males and females sometimes appear exactly the same from a distance. But, now that you're holding a swallow in your hand you'll be able to tell its sex easily, because during nesting Tree Swallows, like most birds, develop different physical structures related to the sexes' different roles in breeding.

Breeding females have brood patches BPs. Breeding males have cloacal protuberances CPs. To see which structure a swallow has: Rotate the bird so its underside faces up. Blow on its lower belly near its legs. This separates its feathers so you can see its BP or CP. What's a female's brood patch? In Tree Swallows, as in m any songbirds, only females incubate eggs. Nesting females shed feathers on a patch of their breast and belly skin.

This swallows skin swells due to retention of water and expansion of blood vessels and becomes an organ for heat transfer. Females press their "BP" against their eggs during incubation and on swallows young during brooding, transferring their body heat to them.

A brood patch seen at close range is very obvious. Note the extensive bare BP on the female below. What's a male's cloacal protuberance? Male songbirds don't have a penis, but during nesting they develop a swelling of the lower ducts that carry sperm from testes to "cloaca. A male's cloacal protuberance serves as a storage chamber for sperm and also helps a male make physical contact with a female's cloaca so his sperm can be passed to her.

A cloacal protuberance or "CP" is not as obvious as a female's brood patch, but is still easy to see in a hand-held male. Note the CP sticking out from the male's abdomen below. Also note his area of bare skin is small compared to the female's above. Can you tell male Tree Swallows from females by their plumage? Sometimes yes, but mostly no, at least not from a distance. All adult males have identical definitive plumagewith iridescent blue upper body and head feathers, dark flight feathers and white underbodies.

However, f emales have delayed plumage maturation. Young females in the spring of their second calendar year of life their first nesting season have mostly brown upper surfaces with some blue-green feathers mixed in. Luis Villablanca took the photo of the pair below at a California nest box.

The male, at left, shows the blu e upper body and head of all adult males. The female, at right, illustrates a second-year female's brown with green highlights. The amount of blue-green shown by sex SY females variesas you can see in Ed Craft's photo n ear sex top of the Pairing Up page. However, the following year when they become after-second-year ASY birds, females like the one above will almost always acquire the same blue plumage males show.

F rom this time on m any of these older females cannot be safely told from males by plumage alone. Butthere is one exception: some after- second-year females retain a few brown feathers just above their bills that distinguish them from males.

Compare the feathers above the bills of the male at left and the after- second- year female at right, in Euan Reid's photo below. To summarize, a brownish adult in spring is a female, but most spring females aren ' t brownish!

Field guides are often misleading. They will picture a "drab female" really a second year femaleand state "many are close to males" in color. This is not really accurate. Many after-second-year females are identical to males in outward appearance when viewed from a distance, and can't be told apart, except during the nesting season by BP or CP when held in the hand. For example, sex an you tell swallows sexes of the pair below?

In the field adult males all look the same, no matter how old. The most you can do when aging males is say all adult males are "after-hatch-year" AHY. They are called " second year " SY birds, and are in their very first nesting season. Ed Post's photo below lets us review the three distinguishable adult Tree Swallow age classes. The bird on the left is an after-hatch-year AHY male, which like all adult males shows a uniform bright blue crown and forehead. The brown head with greenish highlights of the bird on the right identify it as a second-year SY female, sex her very first nesting season.

And the small brown patch above the bill of the otherwise blue-headed middle bird tell us she is an after-second-year ASY female, but remember not all ASY females' foreheads show this. Within a few months the SY female will molt, acquiring the blue ASY plumage, and she will re acquire ASY plumage at e very new molt for the rest of her life. R ecent evidence suggests swallows are almost all SY birds, but we can't be a bsolutely certain. Like males, the most we can say is they are AHY, after-hatch- year birds.

The ageing guidelines we've discussed were determined by researchers who examined thousands of Tree Swallows whose true age was known because they were banded as nestlings.

Th e diagram below may help you understand the confusing Tree Swallow plumages. The three color possibilities, gray of juvenilesbrown and blue of adultsrefer to a swallow's upper body and head, and its wing coverts.

In addition brighter males tend to pair with brighter females, sex bluer females have better success raising young. Swallows probable these subtle to us plumage differences function as signals of "quality" that Tree Swallows can use to identify individuals that are older and therefore more experienced breeders, and who could make better potential mates.

So, in terms of color how a bird looks to another bird may be quite different than it looks to us. One last thing; check each adult you handle for a band. If one is present, note the number and report it online at www. Swallows are the nestlings changing in appearance and behavior? Is the behavior of the adults changing also?

Have any nestlings died? If so, any ideas why? Sexing and Aging Tree Swallows.

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