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And on a positive note, trumpeter swans have increased substantially in number and distribution since the first atlas.
The larger trumpeter swans, found mostly in the Midwest, occasionally show up in the Mid-Atlantic.
No state currently has hunting seasons for trumpeter swans, which have made a comeback in recent decades thanks to efforts to reintroduce them.
The 564-acre marsh adjacent to Turnagain Arm is a magnet for birders, who may encounter trumpeter swans, tundra swans, red-necked grebes, northern pintails, arctic terns and other species amid the marsh's sedges.
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