For the third February running, the swans are back at Bluff Lake, swimming in the open waters around the piers at .Newport Cove’s marina. (They seem to “hang” at the marina – they must like the fishing!) A dozen or so of these elegant birds, reportedly of the “tundra” swan species, stay for a couple weeks in the late winter and again in the fall, a short respite in their travels north to southeast, from the central Arctic region in northern Canada to the Chesapeake Bay area. The flyways for many migrating waterfowl follow the Fox River

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