Tundra Swan Photo Gallery
We've had good luck in Denali National Park, Wonder Lake in particular.
What does the Tundra Swan look like?
Tundra Swans are large white waterbirds. They have long straight necks and large black bills. Juveniles are dingy white.
Tundra Swan Habitat
Tundra Swan Facts
Tundra Swans stay true to their name, they breed in the far tundra of northern North America. However, it is not uncommon to spot them during their migration in the in the Lower 48, or in the winter along the Pacific Coast. Tundra Swans have many predators including, foxes, weasels and wolves. They are monogamous and generally mate for life.