These pure white swans were flying in land across the bay. The picture is not very good but they were pure white. I was hoping to see the beak, but no such luck. I think they are Whooper swans, but not sure.
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Looking at the enlarged picture, the yellow patches on the sides of the beaks appear to be short and stopping before the nostrils. This would probably make them Tundra (Bewicks).
Many thanks for this. Gratefully appreciated. Hopefully a few more will come in a little lower.
Lat/Lng: 55.8747, -2.09253
OS grid ref: NT943646
Beach, with cliffs