Tundra Swan Trivia
Read about the annual Return of the Swans on the Lambton Heritage Museum website. Explore the links for The Tundra Swan, Tundra Swan Migration, and The Thedford Bog. Test your knowledge by answering the trivia questions below.

The Tundra Swan: https://www.lambtonmuseums.ca/the-tundra-swan/
Tundra Swan Migration: https://www.lambtonmuseums.ca/tundra-swan-migration/
The Thedford Bog: https://www.lambtonmuseums.ca/thedford-bog/
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Tundra Swans spend their winters on the east coast of the United States, near which body of water?
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Young Tundra Swans are called cygnets.
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Tundra Swans find a new mate every year.
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The 6,000km spring migration of the Tundra Swan is completed in 3 to 4 weeks.
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What is the species name for the Tundra Swan?
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Tundra Swan cygnets are pure white in colour like their parents.
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Tundra Swans were formerly known as what?
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Where do Tundra Swans breed and make their nests?
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The Thedford Bog was once a large wetland that included Lake Smith, Lake George, and Lake Burwell. The area was drained in the 19th and 20th centuries to create rich farmland for crops such as celery, carrots, onions, and potatoes.
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Tundra Swans eat submerged aquatic plants and forage in farm fields for waste corn, soy beans, and agricultural grains.
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