TONS OF TUNDRA (Swans) AT WHITESBOG


At last Saturday’s Pinelands Short Course I attended the lecture on Tundra Swans as a filler for that hour. It was however, interesting and well done. The presenter commented that there were still some of the swans out on the bogs at Whitesbog. So, Saturday morning Barbara and I set off to Whitesbog. Since the swans leave the area in March to begin their long journey back to the Arctic we weren’t sure what we’d find but we were fortunate. There were probably between one and two hundred of the birds still there, and it was thrilling to see them all. 
For a few pictures taken that morning click here.

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2 Responses to “TONS OF TUNDRA (Swans) AT WHITESBOG”

  1. Lou Dallara Says:

    Great shot, thanks for sharing, I might head out this morning and see if there are any left.

  2. ldallara Says:

    It was a great morning and I managed to get a couple of photos out
    500 + shots. Now I know I need a longer lens. Thanks for sharing that location.


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