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The Bewick’s swan is a winter visitor and is the smallest of our swans. It can be seen between October and March.
They arrive from Siberia and eat grain in fields.
It is white with a black and yellow bill.
It is approximately 1.2m in length.
It has a wingspan of 1.9m.
They weigh in at between 5 and 7kg.
They live for on average 9 years.
They are on the amber list.