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Follow Me - Why did the swans cross the road?   A family of swans crossing the road near Lake Ballarat.

Why did the swans cross the road? A family of swans crossing the road near Lake Ballarat.

A lady and her swan

22 Photos That Prove Back In The Day Was Just As Crazy As Today

A pet swan being helped into a car where it enjoys a ride to the shops. Its owner Mrs Watson of Chesham, Buckinghamshire says that 'Leila' who has been a family pet for two years, can open doors and is a good guard 'dog'.

Birdstrike!!!!    Watch where you're going! A low-flying sea gull collides with John Hutchinson's Swan Yamaha Superbike as he hurtles down a straight at the Isle of Man TT motorcycle meet

Bird Strike! Isle of Man TT rider ducks for cover as low-flying sea gull collides with his Superbike at a blistering 170mph

Isle of Man TT champion Ian Hutchinson was involved in a scare during qualifying for the famous road race on Wednesday when he collided with a low-flying seagull

Hand-painted Cane - Flamingo Bring out your WILD side with a funky, fun cane from Walkingsticksandcane.com. Whether your passion is Pink Flamingo, Giraffe, Dog, Cat, Horse, Leopard, Bunny, Parrot, Sna

Hand Painted Cane Flamingo

animal canes for kids! they also have giraffe, zebra, elephant, and more!

The American Black Duck - Anas rubripes, is a large dabbling duck. It is native to eastern North America. These birds feed by dabbling in shallow water, and grazing on land. Photo by brandon Holden.

American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) by Brandon Holden - a large dabbling duck. It is native to eastern North America. These birds feed by dabbling in shallow water, and grazing on land.

Following the leader, the leader, the leader. We're following the leader wherever she may go...

Baby ducks fall in line with momma duck.Mother would take me, my sis and brother to a little duckpond to feed the ducks.She always brought us a big loaf of bread to feed the ducks.

Perflection - After shooting the sunrise at Lake Mattamuskeet, decided to head towards Outer Banks. After driving for a mile, decided to have to quick detour through Wildlife Refuge. As soon as i entered the gravel road, i realized what i could have missed. I did not believe how awesome the drive through the refuge was. The canal next to the road was filled with Northern Pintails, Tundra Swans, Wood Ducks and other birds. I don't have a great zoom lens, so never tried to shoot any wildlife…

Perflection - After shooting the sunrise at Lake Mattamuskeet, decided to head towards Outer Banks. After driving for a mile, decided to have to quick detour through Wildlife Refuge. As soon as i entered the gravel road, i realized what i could have missed. I did not believe how awesome the drive through the refuge was. The canal next to the road was filled with Northern Pintails, Tundra Swans, Wood Ducks and other birds. I don't have a great zoom lens, so never tried to shoot any wildlife…

Cuteness factor 100 - Copenhagen goes Ahhhhhhhhh.  These days the greylag geese are hatching there ducklings (the ones in the picture is almost 2 weeks old) ducks, coots and swans are following soon, and since they own there space, they don't care, if they're on the road, bike passage or sidewalk.  But it doesn't really matter, the Ahhhhhh factor in Copenhagen sure is increasing these days.

Another one of the Greylag or Graylag goslings, I can't help it, it's just - ahhhhhhh.

While photographing ducks these Swans suddenly took off.  Trumpeter Swans taken 11-30-15 from the road high above Sullivan Lake at The Nature Conservancy's Silver Creek Preserve. Photo © Ken Miracle

While photographing ducks these Swans suddenly took off. Trumpeter Swans taken from the road high above Sullivan Lake at The Nature Conservancy's Silver Creek Preserve.

A Mute Swan, probably in the hope of some food from yours truly,  trudges across the frozen surface of Loch Ard in the Trossachs.

'Christmas Card' by Karl Williams. Many of you will be familiar with the image below, taken last winter, of a mute swan trudging across the frozen surface of Loch Ard. A larger, and better, version of this can be seen at my website karlwi.

Snow geese make their annual stop at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area in Stevens, Lancaster County, Thursday February 28, 2013. The auto tour road opens to the public March 1 allowing more areas to view not only the snow geese, but tundra swans, ducks, wading birds and bald eagles along with white-tail deer, fox and other animals.  John A. Pavoncello photo - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com

Snow geese make their annual stop at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area in Stevens, Lancaster County, Thursday February 28, 2013. The auto tour road opens to the public March 1 allowing more areas to view not only the snow geese, but tundra swans, ducks, wading birds and bald eagles along with white-tail deer, fox and other animals. John A. Pavoncello photo - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com

Black Swan Hotel aka White Swan / Black Lion / Dirty Duck / Swan Hotel: 169 Boundary Road, East Geelong

Black Swan Boundary Road, East Geelong_looked at buying this in 2014 / near My Sister's

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