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Wing Tips on the Water

January 19th, 2015 | Posted by LadyNerkle1 in Wing Tips on the Water - (Comments Off on Wing Tips on the Water)

     SWAN Wing Tips on the Water 

A Sudden Burst of Running and Flapping
Across the Water Surface.

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Swan Wing-Tips on Water

  When you HEAR the Sound of Big Slapping Webbed Feet..
LOOK — WATCH !

Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swans Wing Tips on Water
Swans Wing Tips on Water

 When Captive Swans are Clipped they will NOT take to Air.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water

Your Swans may be RUNNING and Flapping Across the Water.

Swans Wing Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swans Wing Tips on Water

Young Cygnets and Swans Enjoy Chasing Each Other.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

You may SEE this Happy Behavior on
Private Ponds and Public Park Ponds and Waterways.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

Humm is this FUN, Play…??  Or Trouble Heading Your Way !!

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

MAYBE it will be a Hormonal Male Chasing Annoying Geese.

Mute Swan Canada Geese
Swans Wing Tips on Water

The Urge to FLY will Always be Within a Swan.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

It is Fun to RUN ! !

Swans Wing Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water

This Series of Images Shows Some of the Wing Position of Flight.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water

RUN “BROOKE” RUN.. 

Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water

When Captive Swans are Pinioned they Can NOT take to Air.

Swan Wing-Tips on Water
Swan Wing-Tips on Water

The SOUND of BIG FLAT FEET Slapping the Water ! !

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

AWWW !  She has Run OUT of RUNWAY ! ! !

Swan Wing-Tips on Water

Often when One Swan Starts to Run the Others will Join the Fun !

Mute Swans
Swans Wing Tips on Water

There he Goes Again !  Running and Flapping !

Swans Wing Tips on Water

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