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Tundra Swan

Cygnus columbianus


Three swans, one of which is a juvenile. From someone in my Kodiak Birding group: "They appear to be tundra swans, if you look close under their eyes they appear to have a yellow triangle which is usually indicative of tundras," however, I think the juvenile could potentially be a Trumpeter because of the black at the base of the bill. I am not sure though. Any input would be appreciated


In a small, calm section of lake cut off from the main section by the road; rural area.

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Lat: 57.49, Long: -152.45

Spotted on Sep 23, 2019
Submitted on Nov 5, 2019

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