They leave for the winter, they are "smart swans"...
When they come back during spring and summer they come back slowly.
2 or 4 at first, on my next visit I see 10 and then there are 30 or more swans swimming about.
Mute Swans are large unmistakable water birds,
common in the northeast, seen in most of our many lakes and they are even seen in ornamental ponds.
It's neck is held curved when swimming, the wings make a humming/throbbing sound when in flight.
Often seen in pairs, sexes are similar and difficult to tell apart...they mate for life.
Always so graceful.
The white with the blue is gorgeous! Just goes to show one doesn’t have to be vocal to make a statement!
I love that quote....
Cool, it is awesome to see so many swans together. Beautiful photos.
Take care, enjoy your day!!
So pretty! Did I ever tell you the story of the swan that flew by my car in traffic????
OH MY! They are so beautiful on that blue water.
wow there sure are a lot of them isn't there, yes smart to go somewhere else for the winter :)
Wow, those photos are spectacular. I loved the photo of the three mute swans together with their necks in position. What a lovely place of nature you live in. Loved them all.
Big hugs for these!
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