|Name||Trumpeter Swan Reintroduction Brochure|
Trumpeter Swans (Cygnus-buccinator) were likely a common bird in the pre-settlement wetlands of western Montana. Several early observations documented them here during the summer breeding season. Trumpeters were extirpated in much of the northern United States, including the Flathead Valley, by the late 1800’s due to habitat and land use changes, subsistence hunting, and market hunting.
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|Date added||17/03/2016 10:38:06|
|Last modified on||17/03/2016 10:45:43|