Practice Report (Any Species)

Date: 03/03/2023

Number: 100

Traditionally tundra swans from the Chesapeake Bay area stop over to rest on a bog in Ontario, Canada near a beautiful park called The Pinery which is directly across Lake Huron from my home. They take this route as they migrate back to the Canadian tundra for the warm months. This morning three large flocks flew together in V-formations directly over my home as they continued their journey. These swans used to be called Whistling Swans, and have a beautiful call that you can hear as they fly over. We are expecting about 10 inches of snow this evening, but that sight and sound this morning assured me that no matter what, spring is on its way.

Lexington, MI

Latitude: 43.3 Longitude: -82.5

Observed by: Sandy
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