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Old Thursday 1st December 2016, 21:37   #1
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Tundra Swans???

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Old Thursday 1st December 2016, 21:46   #2
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Looks like Tundra to me.
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Old Thursday 1st December 2016, 22:04   #3
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I agree - Tundra.
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Old Friday 2nd December 2016, 07:47   #4
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Yes Tundra. Adults based on the back profile and head shape. The immature swans gives it away with the pink bill at base.
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