facebook
twitter
rss
account
search
search
A female trumpeter swan nuzzles her newly hatched cygnet that just emerged from the shell at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on May 29, 2008. This cygnet is slated to be released to the wild this fall as part of swan re-introduction and recovery program. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction in 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Greg Neise/Lincoln Park Zoo)
License photo | Permalink
A female trumpeter swan swims with her newly hatched cygnets at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
A male trumpeter swan swims with his newly hatched cygnet at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
A female trumpeter swan swims with her newly hatched cygnet at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
A female trumpeter swan wiggles its beak in the water as her newly hatched cygnet swims nearby at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
A female trumpeter swan grooms herself as her newly hatched cygnet swims nearby at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
A female trumpeter swan swims with her newly hatched cygnet at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago on June 1, 2008. Trumpeter swans were hunted to near extinction by 1900 and now, thanks to managed breeding and recovery efforts, these swans are thriving again in many parts of the Midwest. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
License photo | Permalink
Most Popular
1
Schizophrenia is actually eight disorders, not one disease Schizophrenia is actually eight disorders, not one disease
2
Police: 'Burglar' was cheating wife's secret lover Police: 'Burglar' was cheating wife's secret lover
3
U.S. Air Force orders more RQ-4 Global Hawks U.S. Air Force orders more RQ-4 Global Hawks
4
Church, strip club asked to end protests Church, strip club asked to end protests
5
Cycling team's uniforms appear crotchless Cycling team's uniforms appear crotchless
x
Feedback