I saw two swans, most likely Trumpeters, last week in Scollard Bay on Buckhorn Lake. They had a straight neck most/all of the time and were definitely not Mute Swans. They hung around for 5 minutes and then flew over to another sheltered uninhabited bay where there may have been more. They were cool to see and a first for me! Martin West
I have 9 pair of Trumpeter Swans just south west of us in the swamp at Kent Bay on the Otonabee River. So beautiful! Sharon Simpkins
Yesterday afternoon, March 21, I found a flock of 34 Tundra Swans in the meltwater pond south of Mather’s Corners at County Road 2 and Drummond Line. Jerry Ball
Note: Mute Swans have also been seen in recent days at a number of locations such as Trent River.
Tundra Swans – Apr. 6, 2014 – Luke Berg
Mute Swans – Sept. 26, 2016 – Drew Monkman
Immature Trumpeter Swan with tag – Nov. 17, 2013 – Frank Millard
Trumpeter Swan – March 23, 2015 – Guy Hanchet