Denmark's first Pacific (Fork-tailed) Swift (Apus pacificus) was discovered by Stig Kjaergaard Rasmussen at Klydesøen, Vestamager, just outside Copenhagen on Tuesday morning. It was first seen around 1100 and was last seen at c1430 when the swift flock drifted south-east (in the direction of Falsterbo, Sweden) ahead of an advancing thunderstorm.

Photos and an account of the sighting can be seen here.