Ask the Swan Specialist
Date: 11 September 2013
We're not aware of any one map, in fact we have been trying to develop one. So, the best that we can do for you is give you the locations of origin for the various species.
Whooper Swan Eurasia-U.K
Bewick (Subspecies of the North American Tundra Swan). Eurasia, Russia
Mute Europe, U.K., North America (There is some discussion if they are an invasive species in North America, but there is research regarding the finding of fossils related to the Mute Swans centuries ago.
Black Swans- Botany Bay Australia
Black-Necked & Coscoroba South America, predominantly
Chile and Argentina
Trumpeter and Tundra Swans- North America (Canada, Alaska, Northern U.S. with migration throughout the Midwest and North Carolina)
The Regal Swan
Messages In This Thread
- Map where swans live -- Elina -- 11 September 2013
- Re: Map where swans live -- The Regal Swan -- 11 September 2013