Introducing a swan to a new environment is a gradual process. From a custom-built enclosure at Camelot Lakes, Eric Bors-Koefoed releases a juvenile from Stan and Wendy's 2013 brood. While the swan was hyper-excited to flee, the enclosure contains a feeder and a comfortable "pad" with shade and protection from predators. This juvenile and its sibling/mate may also use it for nesting 3 years from now. Camelot Lakes is equipped for and committed to responsible breeding and care.
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