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Still mastering the technology but here goes:
Oh! Shucks,they are lovely.
I very rarely go down that way now so it's so nice to see your video of the new cygnets. Thank you for sharing it with us.
@ Stirrer, thanks for that, point taken.
How sweet! I am across the very world, watching swans in Scotland...all down to technology that makes it possible. Thanks.
'S e do bheatha Eilidh :-)
Thanks to everyone in Nairn that looks after the swans. I look forward to seeing them again this year.
I just wish certain individuals would stop trying to domesticate the wild life. The swans have been there (surviving very well thank you) since before I was born, I ain't young by the way. If the swans start to depend on a source of food they will lose their natural instinct to hunt for food. Swans are not pets!
Maybe "swans are not pets" should start worrying about the human dependency culture first ie, state handouts, drink, drugs, fags etc. The Swans instinct to survive will prevail no matter what humans do.
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