The First Peek

There are two swan nests on the lake and I had my first peek at two cygnets on one of the nests.  I did not want to paddle too close to the nest, so the photos are cropped and I did not see the cygnet tucked next to the swan in the first photo until the photos were loaded onto the computer.  I was able to see the other cygnet when the mother stood up, but I was surprised to see two little beaks in the third photo.

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  1. Jet Eliot says:

    What an adorable find! Thanks for giving us a peek, ACI~~

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    1. This was my first chance to see the adorable tiny cygnets in the nest and I would have stayed longer, but the male swan was making his return and Gabby did not seem as interested as me.

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    1. Thank you! The six cygnets from the other nest are already in the water and I wonder how many will be joining them from this nest.

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    1. It was a wonderful surprise to see the little cygnet when she stood up!

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  2. scifihammy says:

    How precious and well spotted! 🙂

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    1. I was so surprised to see the tiny head and I wonder when this group will be leaving the nest.

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  3. Right place, Right time, Right lightning = Perfect pictures

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    1. Thank you! I was hoping for another chance to see them in the nest, but the young cygnets are now busy swimming with their parents.

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      1. Yes every baby once get the feet, difficult to get them back at one place

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