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For nearly a decade, the mute swan I called Celeste cruised the waves of Ashbridge’s Bay alongside her lifelong mate, Laika. In good weather and bad, the two swans were a devoted pair, defending their territory together against all threats. Every year, they worked tirelessly together to hatch and raise ...
Spring is in full swing and animal parents will be especially protective of their territories and offspring. Here are five tips for interacting with Mute Swans and other wildlife this season. ...
We are fortunate at Humber Bay to have two species of swans. Trumpeters are those with the all-black beaks, and Mute Swans have orange beaks. Trumpeters are native to North America. They are being encouraged to nest in the region as part of restoration efforts after over-hunting nearly eliminated them more ...
One of the joys of walking along the waterfront is seeing dogs who are also out for a walk. Of course, there are all kinds and sizes, each with their own personalities, and increasingly in adorable outfits that bring a smile to walkers’ face. ...
Those of us with companion animals may love the wildlife we see outdoors but there’s a special place in our hearts for our dogs and cats. ...
That native species are good and non-native species are bad has become an entrenched belief system and a way species are routinely classified. ...
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