As temperatures drop and conditions get more cold , Trumpeter swans seemed unbothered to fluctuations in temperatures and often Stand on the edge of ice to probably dry off

Most the time in water , but often seen on dry ground to rest and preen themselves This Swan is a little precarious as he steps back into the glacier waters of Kenai Lake

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