Identified as young tundra swans, these two swans have taken up residence in Cynthiana’s Licking River near the ballpark. “I would say they’re lost from their flock...” said Jerry Jenkins, who noticed the swans in the river last week. Jenkins said the one-year-old swans were attracted to the vegetation in the river. “They’ll probably head up to Canada, or wherever they’re from when it gets warmer,” Jenkins said.
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