I mentioned yesterday, when I showed you shots of Sue and I as we walked along the tow path at the Broad water near Moira that we came across a cygnet with a disfigured wing so today I will show you it.
Before I show you anymore of the Swans I will show you some Mallard and other than Coot and Moorhen and a couple more adult swans there were no more water birds.
First of all when we came across the Swans, the adults and 4 cygnets were sound asleep on the other bank of the river.
Then the cygnet with the odd wing woke up but at this point I thought it would be OK.
When we were returning back on the tow path one of the adults and the cygnet with the disfigured wing were on the water.
When the cygnet came closer to us and saw the wing I was worried that this cygnet may not be able to fly when the time came. I do hope it will be OK.
I am linking this post with WILD BIRD WESNESDAY.
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