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    Saw the first pair of swans today on the flats west side of the highway at the parks/glen interchange. Cant be long till others show up, this is the earliest I have ever seen them.

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    Many swans winter over at various areas here on the Kenai Peninsula

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumsnagger View Post
    Many swans winter over at various areas here on the Kenai Peninsula
    That's right. I've seen them while out snow machine riding. Just yesterday a friend saw 2 fly past their house. They mistook them for sand hill cranes at first because they were very dirty.
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    Currently in northern Idaho on vacation. There are thousands and thousands of swans here preparing to head north. On the benewah county lakes it is one hell of a sight. They cover the entire lake.



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