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A mute swan looks on as four its cohorts turn tail in search of food in Sarnia Bay last week.

Mute swans are a European bird that was brought to North American in the 1800s to adorn parks and large estates but have since escaped to create a breeding population in the Great Lakes.

Ronny D’Haene; Special to The Journal

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