|Appearance||Mute swans are enormous waterbirds at about 50-60″ in length. They’re white with an orange bill and black at the base of the bill on the face.|
|Diet||Fish and plant material|
|Habitat||Mute swans are found floating on the water in urban ponds (parks), lagoons, rivers, lakes, and coastal areas where saltwater meets freshwater rivers and streams.|
|Nesting||Mute swans are ground nesters. They construct the nest on beaches, dikes or even on nearby islands.|
Clutch: 5-7 eggs/brood on average
Egg color: pale green
Incubation: Incubation is about 36 days. The young fledge after about 4-5 months.