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Three months ago our pair of swans at Hatfield Forest had recently become parents to some cute bundles of fluff. Today I caught up with them again as they sat…

For the last few weeks the pair of swans at Hatfield Forest have been sitting on their nest, out of harm’s reach on the island in the decoy lake. This week they…

This is a a very large white waterbird. It has a long S-shaped neck, and an orange bill with black at the base of it. Flies with its neck extended and regular…

The mute swan is a very large white waterbird. It has a long S-shaped neck, and an orange bill with black at the base of it. Flies with its neck extended and…

What seemed an endearing, if rather inconvenient, choice of resting place a week ago has now become home to the swans at Hatfield Forest. The new parents are…

I took a break from my drive down to Plymouth today at Abbotsbury Swannery [abbotsbury-tourism.co.uk] in Dorset. The Swannery is home to up to 600 swans and…

I decided that today was to be a day of complete relaxation after my hectic weekend and I enjoyed a wonderful lie in, followed by a late breakfast and a lazy…

While I was at the Arundel Wetlands Centre yesterday I noticed a poster advertising an early morning ??Birds and Boats?? event for today. The weather forecast…

With a reasonably sunny day off in prospect today I decided to allow myself some work-free time and visited the Arundel Wetlands Centre once again. I…

It's been a long time since I posted my favourite waterfowl. Originally native to Ontario, the trumpeter swan disappeared from Eastern Canada early in the 20th…

We came upon these cygnets in the corner of Southampton Common last night - apparently every evening the pair of swans lead their offspring out onto the grass…
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