Melanie Nelson, a trustee of the Swan Sanctuary, said: "He has recovered well and is now living in mixed group of swans in a protected environment.
"Sadly the wildlife and country side act makes it impossible for him to be released back with his family. We hope that the public will be vigilant and help the female keep her cygnets safe.
"Just like humans there are many single parent swan families who cope perfectly well."The products, no doubt, of a broken nest…
WTF? I mean, WTFF?
Has anyone ever had their arm broken by a swan?
Jaded: I thought that was an old wives tale!
I can see the dogs point of view here, here they are wandering along a path minding their own business, when suddenly this humonguous bird attacks Mum-from-whom-all-doggy-treats-flow. Sir Woofalot leaps to the rescue and our feathered friend comes off second best. Seems fair enough to me (course, I'm not a swan)
Does she have mis-spelled tattoos of her cygnets names?
Has anyone ever had their nose broken by a PC?
"WTF? I mean, WTFF?"
"Has anyone ever had their arm broken by a swan?"
Like Robert the Biker, I suspect it's an old wives tale.
"Does she have mis-spelled tattoos of her cygnets names?"
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