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SWAN SONG

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In late autumn, tundra swans pass through northwest Wyoming on a long journey to their wintering grounds. These swans travel over 4,000 miles a year to summer in the arctic tundra of Canada and Alaska. During November, they're on their way back to more temperate areas of North America, where they spend the winter.
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In late autumn, tundra swans pass through northwest Wyoming on a long journey to their wintering grounds. These swans travel over 4,000 miles a year to summer in the arctic tundra of Canada and Alaska. During November, they're on their way back to more temperate areas of North America, where they spend the winter.