Pink Tundra Swans

by Nancy Gibson, Liz and Mike
(Around Ontario)

Several of our readers have written to tell us about their Tundra Swan sightings.

On Sunday 10th March 2013 a reader tells us that about 7pm near Freelton, Ontario, we heard the swans before we saw the flocks heading west. There were two wedges of 18 & 5 birds. The setting sun had coloured the birds pink. It was a most amazing sight.

On March 11th 2013, a reader from Caledon, Ontario saw about 80 Swans in the Caledon area.

Also on Sunday March 10th, Mike from Woodstock, says he found some! He spotted eight Tundra Swans in Pittock Reservoir in Woodstock.

On March 14th, Liz of Kinburn, Ontario, said - The swans are here today on Kinburn Line heading into the town of Kinburn.

On March 16th another reader said Saw a flock of about 15-20 tundra swans fly overhead, northwest. We're in Scotland, Ontario.

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Swans sighted May 4, 2015
by: Anonymous

A pair of lovely whiter-than-white swans were sighted on Wolfe Lake in Halton, Ontario.

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