In this scene, I have shown the male standing guard and the female sheltering the downy, newly hatched cygnets. Since the purpose of this image is for conservation and environmental work, I wanted to show the on-guard stance and the hope embodied in the coming generation. The tundra swan is a recent name given to the whistling swan; the new name is far more appropriate. First of all, these birds do not whistle. Their cry is a kind of sonorous, clarion-like yodel; secondly, they do live almost entirely on the tundra regions of North America during the breeding season. - RB1990 National Fish and Wildlife Stamp Print; a variety of special editions were issued.
Robert Bateman - Wide Horizon - Tundra Swans
Product Code: BATWI0
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