Found on the journey, swans are the most incredible creatures to get next to! Some elements of journey for this magnificent creature show in its grace and size.. ...In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Trumpeter Swan was hunted heavily, both as game and a source of feathers. These birds once bred in North America from northwestern Indiana west to Oregon in the U.S., and in Canada from James Bay to the Yukon, and they migrated as far south as Texas and southern California. The trumpeter was rare or extinct in most of the United States by the early twentieth century. Many thousands survived in the core range in Canada and Alaska, however, where populations have since rebounded.
Early efforts to reintroduce this bird into other parts...
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After being gifted with a Pentax K1000 back in the early 1980’s, I couldn’t get enough of seeing my world through this lens. Stimulated by textures in nature, astounding architecture and stunning beauty in flora and fauna, I saw, and still see, a rich and vibrant world that opens the heart.
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