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Tundra Swans or Juvenile Mute Swans?

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Old Friday 29th November 2013, 18:19   #1
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Tundra Swans or Juvenile Mute Swans?

Can anyone tell me if the swans in this picture are indeed Tundra Swans or just Juvenile Mute Swans.
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Old Friday 29th November 2013, 18:29   #2
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juv Mute, being escorted by their parents
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Old Friday 29th November 2013, 18:35   #3
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Agree, 1st winter Mutes with adults.

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