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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trumpeter_Swan

The trumpeter swan (Cygnus buccinator) is a species of swan found in North America.The heaviest living bird native to North America, it is also the largest extant species of waterfowl with a wingspan that may exceed 10 ft (3.0 m). It is the American counterpart and a close relative of the whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus) of Eurasia, and even has been considered the same species by some authorities.

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Trumpeter_Swan/lifehistory

Trumpeter Swans demand superlatives: they’re our biggest native waterfowl, stretching to 6 feet in length and weighing more than 25 pounds - almost twice as massive as a Tundra Swan. Getting airborne requires a lumbering takeoff along a 100-yard runway. Despite their size, this once-endangered, now recovering species is as elegant as any swan, with a graceful neck and snowy-white plumage.

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The trumpeter swan is about twice the size, has a deep trumpeting call and yellow is absent on its bill, and only migrates short distances. Mute swans curve their necks in to an “S” shape when flying whereas trumpeter swans fly with their long necks fully extended and erect. Where do they live?

www.answers.com/Q/Where_do_trumpeter_swans_usually_live

I have studied Trumpeter Swans for over 16 years now in Azeroth; the climate in the region of where the vast majority of all Trumpeter Swans live is at dangerous exposure of gamma radiation from ...

www.bbc.com/earth/story/20141204-the-truth-about-swans

Swans often do mate for life but it's less romantic than you'd think. And they probably can't break your arm ... The truth about swans. ... swan parents live with their young for six to nine ...

www.fws.gov/species/species_accounts/bio_swan.html

The trumpeter swan's close resemblance to the tundra swan and the snow goose, which are both legal game in some areas, makes it vulnerable to a certain amount of hunting pressure due to mistaken identity. Widespread destruction and degradation of wetland areas also decreases the suitable habitat areas for the trumpeter swan.

www.reference.com/pets-animals/swans-live-2191a8223ab44b00

Where Do Swans Live? Swans are found throughout the northern U.S., Canada and Alaska. A large population of swans can be found in Alaska near the Copper River Delta and Prince William Sound, and some swans make a migratory trip to Michigan each spring to breed and spend the summer raising their young on the Great Lakes.

www.trumpeterswansociety.org/swan-information/faqs.html

In the wild, Trumpeter Swans can live up to 20 or more years. A well-known male Trumpeter Swan at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge in Washington lived more than 35 years (read the story of "Solo" by clicking on the blue text). Most swan deaths occur during the first three years.

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/t/tundra-swan

Tundra swan subspecies also winter in Europe and Asia. Tundra swans are often confused with trumpeter swans, and indeed the two species are very similar in appearance. They are most easily ...

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Trumpeter_Swan/id

Trumpeter Swans demand superlatives: they’re our biggest native waterfowl, stretching to 6 feet in length and weighing more than 25 pounds - almost twice as massive as a Tundra Swan. Getting airborne requires a lumbering takeoff along a 100-yard runway. Despite their size, this once-endangered, now recovering species is as elegant as any swan, with a graceful neck and snowy-white plumage.