Where do they live?!


    The Mute Swan is most common swan in the wild.  It is common and widespread in temperate climates across many parts of Asia and Europe, but has recently be introduced to North America (mainly in the Great Lakes area).  It can be found in parks or on county estates in their native range.  In winter, these swans more common on marine waters. Mute Swans live in well-sheltered bays, open marshes, lakes and ponds.  Some also have been domesticated and reside in public parks and ponds as a decoration.


The pictures above show the mute swan distribution in the United States and a Mute Swan on its nest.

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