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Trumpeter Swans, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Michigan

Fall mornings in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are often foggy.  Trumpeter swans were almost extinct when this formerly logged area was turned into a wetland santuary for them in the 1930's.  Through careful management, their numbers have greatly increased such that they are no longer endangered.

Trumpeter Swans, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Michigan

Fall mornings in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are often foggy. Trumpeter swans were almost extinct when this formerly logged area was turned into a wetland santuary for them in the 1930's. Through careful management, their numbers have greatly increased such that they are no longer endangered.

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