Nik and Bello

Eric Bors-Koefoed from Camelot Lakes in Sarasota, holds Nik and Bello before placing them in the waterway just west of the Harbourside Clubhouse.  They were 2013 cygnets from Stan and Wendy, named after local circus notables Nik Wallenda and Bello Nock.  The two are the first male pair to be introduced to Harbourside and much will be learned over time such as protectiveness and long term compatibility.



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