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I've been studying Black Swans as a hobby since June 2011 in an area of the Gippsland Lakes, (Victoria, Australia). I have my eye on 10 broods that are mostly habituated with humans and are fairly easy to identify by distinct bill markings and personalities. IN June 2011, I was on my yacht berthed at Progress Jetty Paynesville and noticed a cygnet get its neck tangled around an abandoned fishing line that was suspended from the jetty. The father of the cygnet noticed its distress and approached it and began revolving his head in a circular motion. He then, after a loud squawk began to revolve his head/neck in the opposite direction. The cygnet copied the demonstration of the father and freed itself. I could not believe what I saw as birds are not supposed to be intelligent enough for that kind of behavior. SO I STARTED ASKING QUESTIONS. I STILL AM!
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Dann hätte ich hier etwas... viele Grüße und ein L für dich!

Okay, I assume Curly is the bald bloke and Gravelly is the bloke in the red T shirt but are you Twisty or Challenging ?

Wonderful view from the harbour! Amazing sky!

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Greetings, Jan

Lloret
Thanks very much!
: ) )

Looks like they have spotted food. nice shot esseil. Greetings Tone.

Yes, it is :) Dankeschoen, Que.K㋡.

DC

У вас хорошие снимки, как-то был возле баши не поднятся не удалось, с удовольсвием посмотрел виды у вас в галлерее)

Здорово получилось!!!!

ch' caf', Christian, many thanks for yr compliment with like!

Best regards, Birgit

Vielen Dank,Motorhand

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