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Trumpeter Swans, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Michigan..Fall mornings in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are often foggy. Trumpeter swans were almost extinct when this formerly logged area was turned into a wetland santuary for them in the 1930's. Through careful management, their numbers have greatly increased such that they are no longer endangered.
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