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sos The Secretary Bird
Join Date: Sep 2005
No Longer Lonely
An injured swan which was abandoned when its herd migrated to Iceland in March has been reunited with some of its former companions.
The whooper swan, named Hula, damaged a wing and was unable to join the annual 2,000-mile round trip from Frampton March Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire.
The cob has been waiting patiently for the other birds to return, staff at the centre said.
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