cygnet

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cygnet

a young swan.
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The parents have tried chasing him away, This usually works as is the swan's way, But this cygnet will not take the hint, To find his own new home should be his intent.
Swans and their cygnets in Sefton Park Picture: DANIELLE STAGES
This has had a profound effect on and saddened all of us, who have watched these cygnets grow and strengthen over the months, aided by the complete dedication and devotion of the parent swans.
A cygnet being |rescued by Blyth Wildlife Rescue after being caught in a fishing hook and line in Woolsington Lake, Newcastle
Having spent the better part of a week at the wildlife clinic of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton, thanks to the special attention given to the case by the Animal Rescue League of Boston, the cygnet is back at the pond and is expected to thrive.
The cygnet was taken to a vet and stayed in overnight.
We then scooped up the cygnets and took them to the side where they were safe and they waddled off quite happy.
The Cygnet will initially only be available to existing Aston owners.
One of the cygnets was discovered with fishing line wound so tightly around its beak that it had cut right through it.
Chris Debono, Manager, Lightship 2000 (the cygnets in our picture are not the ones which died)
But she fought back to hatch five cygnets on the Coronation Park boating lake in Helston, Cornwall.
Mink are on the increase throughout the Thames area and young cygnets are extremely vulnerable.