Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Mute Swan Cygnus olor


Peterson's Field guide suggests that these birds reach 60" in length.  I don't believe it.  This sounds exaggerated to me.  The ones I've seen in the field are just a little larger than Canada Geese.


Mute Swans are somewhat common in Upstate New York. They are frequently seen in the following locations:

The shores of the Lake Ontario near bays.  Mute Swans are frequently seen at the Irondequoit Bay outlet.


Video of Swans at the shore of Irondequoit Bay, near Rochester, NY.  This is an 8.5 Meg Windows Media Format file.  Recommended for broadband download. 


Mute Swan?  It sometimes hisses or grunts.  The books say that sometime they have a "loud trumpeting call."  If you hear one, record it for me.

Click on image to see more detail.


For More Information

Rochester Birding Organizations

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Search the World Wide Web for information on ornithology using the Yahoo! search tool.


If you are interested in reading more about Mallard ducks connect to the Rochester Public Library's electronic online card catalog.



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