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Tundra Swans

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Thousands of these magnificent birds use the Aylmer Wildlife Management Area to refuel on their migration to the high Arctic Region between Alaska and Baffin Island.

Each year it’s expected that 10-60 thousand birds will stopover here. Birdwatchers from all over the province come to Aylmer to see this beautiful bird, and wonder of nature that is right here in our backyard!

Make sure you grab some family and friends, and make a trip to the Aylmer Wildlife Management Area. There are trails, wildlife viewing stands, interpretative signs, brochures, and plenty of parking.

Aylmer-Malahide Museum & Archives

The Aylmer-Malahide Museum offers a Swan Line that provides daily updates about the number of swans arriving. The phone line is active the last week of February to the end of March or when the swans are gone. The phone line is provided by Eastlink, the swan counts provided by the Elgin County Stewardship council and the daily updates provided by museum staff.

The phone number is 519-773-7926 or 519-SSE-SWAN

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