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Excerpt from Wildlife in North Carolina, 2003, Vol. 67
A flock of tundra swans passes over a duck hunter tending to decoys in the Pamlico Sound.
Everybody's gotten an opportunity, at least. It's hard to miss such a big bird, Clark says, but I've seen a few people do it.
A commercial fishing boat plowed through the water a mile away, its course dead - set on the swans. We got our break. When the small craft neared the swans, they rose like a single, screaming cloud of white.
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