May 21, 2013
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As the swans feed at the marsh, they swallow polluted sediment that can lead to their deaths.
April 18, 2009 in Idaho on Page A1
ROSE LAKE, Idaho – Even near death, tundra swans are graceful. Snowy necks arch and flex as the birds – victims of lead poisoning – gasp for breath. Wings rise …
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