|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Finally the swan has settled and the tag is getting attached. I will be keeping an eye our for this one!|
Most of the released Trumpeter Swans in Ontario are banded with a metal band and identified with large yellow plastic tags with a three digit number. Tracking the health and movements of the swans is very important to the Trumpeter Swan reintroduction Program , and anyone seeing a Trumpeter Swan should report it to the Wye Marsh by phone (705) 526-7809 or email [email protected]
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- [2006-12-03 2:04]
Pictures of human beings do not belong to TN, even if they are shown to be carrying out important nature conservation work. Is nature conservation in action a shot of nature?
Are outdoor laboratories nature?
Wouldn't it be better to show a shot of a trumpeter swan and write a note about conservation measures?
I feel that this shot belongs to TE
- [2006-12-03 21:44]
It's a nice reporter's shot. Also an informative note. I think the action is also something that belongs to nature, and can be shown here.
Très belle photo,Désolé, problèmes. Thomas