TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY TRUMPETER SWANS

3cygnetsIt is always a pleasure to sight TRUMPETER SWANS. Here a pair with their their young.        Swans with young

SWans Sept 22,06Swans & Coots1Trumputer Swans & Canada Geese

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18 Responses to TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY TRUMPETER SWANS

  1. Pingback: TODAY WAS AGOOD DAY TRUMPETER SWANS | idahobluebird50 MYSTERIES GALORE AND PHOTOS

  2. Gorgeous. I saw your comment on Perspectives, and remembered I hadn’t visited you in a while!

  3. dray0308 says:

    Reblogged this on Dream Big, Dream Often and commented:
    Today was a good day Trumpeter swans.

  4. Ellen Hawley says:

    Mixing with the Canada geese, I see. I wouldn’t have expected that, although now that I see it I can’t think why they wouldn’t.

  5. Beautiful photos of the swans, and also the one with the geese!

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