Bob and Susan Coyne were tickled pink when namesake Susie scraped enough grass together for a nest in a sandtrap next to the green at Red#2. Here Bob visits the nest prior to leaving for the Massachusetts summer, later finding out that 4 of the 5 eggs resulted in beautiful baby cygnets.
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In an amazing testimony to their parenting skills, all six cygnets of Stan and Wendy became viable juveniles and were placed in pairs for what hopes to be a long and happy life. Clare and Greta, femal
Pippa, a 4 year old female, died of avian botulism toxin a few days ago. She was a sibling of Susie, and lost out to Susie for the affection of Sully. She had been solo for almost a year. I found Pi
Stan and Wendy performed their annual hatching, getting six babies in the water on Day 2, or May 4. For some reason, by Day 4 the flock was down to five. This is not unusual, with the likely cause b
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