The mute swan is a species of swan and a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae. It is native to much of Eurosiberia, and the far north of Africa.
Mute swans are very territorial. ... Mute swans win through intimidation. The result is that native waterfowl are driven off their breeding grounds and the swans' large appetites degrade the vegetative habitat. Both problems have contributed to native waterfowl declines.
Mute swan feeding on aquatic vegetation and insects. Mute swans are non-migratory, but they do make local flights during different seasons (Figure 8). During winter in the northern climates, mute swans fly to areas with open water and often gather in large concentrations.
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