There was obviously a big flight of TUNDRA SWANS last night and today. I saw a 
total of 15 TUNDRA SWANS migrating today in smaller groups than the geese. In 
addition, one birder found at least 36 TUNDRA SWANS in one part of Broome 
County which is
unprecedented for down here. 





On Saturday, March 22, 2014 4:02 PM, Paul Schmitt <pschm...@stny.rr.com> wrote:
 
Currently 103 Tundra Swans in the pond to the west of Kahler Road at the 
Speer Memorial Park. They are in the back pond behind Lowe Pond.  Also one 
Mute Swan keeping its distance and the usual resident flock of Canada 
Geese.
 
Paul Schmitt
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