These long-distance travelers migrate from the Arctic for our mild winters
The swans have landed.
In November, tundra swans succeed osprey as Chesapeake Country’s big new birds.
The snow-white swans average four feet in length and weigh between 13 to 20 pounds.
Tundra swans travel over 3,000 miles from above the Arctic Circle in Canada and Alaska, where they make their nests and babies. Upwards of 95,000 tundra swans winter in the relative warmth of the East Coast, from New Jersey to...