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Tundra swan

Cygnus columbianus

Description:

The tundra swan is the most widespread swan in North America and the smallest of the family. It's completely white with a black bill and a dash of yellow above the nostril. It has a wingspan of 168-211cm and is 115-150cm. in length.

Habitat:

Open water areas throughout the Pacific Northwest in winter, Open water areas in Northern Canada in summer.

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2 Comments

Lukas Ferrenburg
Lukas Ferrenburg 10 years ago

Thank you Marybeth!

MarybethRees
MarybethRees 10 years ago

Awesome shot!!

Lukas Ferrenburg
Spotted by
Lukas Ferrenburg

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Dec 11, 2012
Submitted on Dec 11, 2012

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