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wayneking 03-28-2022 06:20 PM

mute swans adoption
 
hello i have some white mute swans that i am rehoming to a comfortable home, my life situation has change and i no more longer need them. if interested kindly pm me.

Oldtimr 03-29-2022 04:05 AM


Originally Posted by wayneking (Post 4403063)
hello i have some white mute swans that i am rehoming to a comfortable home, my life situation has change and i no more longer need them. if interested kindly pm me.

The last thing anyone should be doing on a sportsmen's message board is trying to spread more mute swans into the environment. There is a reason many states prohibit the release of them and actively seek out the nests and addle the eggs. They are imports from across the pond and they destroy habitat for our native waterfowl species and compete for nesting sites. If you do not want them anymore I suggest you eat them.

flags 03-29-2022 02:14 PM

Swan is down right TASTY! I used to put in for Tundra Swan permits in both VA and NC when I was on the East Coast. I liked to target the younger birds (grey on neck and head) rather than the adult birds. Really a treat when roasted.

Champlain Islander 03-30-2022 03:00 AM

Like OT mentioned they are considered invasive species here in Vt and when they occasionally show up our F&W Department tries to take them out.


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