My back yard Tundra Swan Count for today is now up to 43. I had 49 earlier, but 
then deducted so that were flying back north!


> While out in my yard just now preparing to make a wreath, I heard Tundra 
> Swans, and looked up to see eight of them flying south at just a few hundred 
> feet about the highest summits surrounding the upper Cayuga Inlet Valley
> 
> -Geo
> 
> 

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