General Description: Tundra Swans (Cygnus columbianus) are large, sexually monomorphic waterfowl. In adults, the entire body
is white, the bill is black, and there is a bit of yellow between the eye and the bill. Tundra Swans hold their neck straight up. In juveniles, the body is
gray, turning white with age.
Favored Habitat: Ponds and marshes.