Annual report . Bill of Trumpeter swan. 15 nat. size Bill of Whistling swan, h nat. size that the swan formerly bred in Hamilton and Herkimer counties was basedon the testimony of residents who undoubtedly made the report on insuf-ficient evidence. At any rate, we have no good reason to believe that thisbird ever bred in New York State, although it was unquestionably muchmore common in early timesin recent times. Following are a few records of its occurrence Black river, Lewis CO., N.Y. March 1826. (Flock). Hough, History of Lewis county Lake Champlain, N. Y. About 1870. F. T. Pember Montauk P

Annual report . Bill of Trumpeter swan. 15 nat. size Bill of Whistling swan, h nat. size that the swan formerly bred in Hamilton and Herkimer counties was basedon the testimony of residents who undoubtedly made the report on insuf-ficient evidence. At any rate, we have no good reason to believe that thisbird ever bred in New York State, although it was unquestionably muchmore common in early timesin recent times. Following are a few records of its occurrence Black river, Lewis CO., N.Y. March 1826. (Flock). Hough, History of Lewis county Lake Champlain, N. Y. About 1870. F. T. Pember Montauk P Stock Photo
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Annual report . Bill of Trumpeter swan. 15 nat. size Bill of Whistling swan, h nat. size that the swan formerly bred in Hamilton and Herkimer counties was basedon the testimony of residents who undoubtedly made the report on insuf-ficient evidence. At any rate, we have no good reason to believe that thisbird ever bred in New York State, although it was unquestionably muchmore common in early timesin recent times. Following are a few records of its occurrence Black river, Lewis CO., N.Y. March 1826. (Flock). Hough, History of Lewis county Lake Champlain, N. Y. About 1870. F. T. Pember Montauk Point, L. I. About 1874. (J. Miller, J. Scott). Butcher 238 XEW YORK STATE MUSEUM Mount Morris, N. Y. Apr. 1875. Fraine. Forest and Stream, 4: 199 Cayuga, N. Y. Spring 1875. Fowler. Forest and Stream, 7: 230 Northwestern Pa. Mar. 22, 1879. Sennett, N. O. C. Bui. 5: 127 Southwestern N. Y. (Numbers brought down by sleet storm and captured) Seneca river, N. Y. Apr. 1880. Fowler, Wright & Rathbun, 0. & O. 7:

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