tundra swan


Definition of tundra swan

  1. :  a native North American swan (Cygnus columbianus) that has a soft high-pitched call, breeds in the arctic tundra, and winters in shallow fresh or salt water especially along the eastern and western coasts of the U.S. —called also whistling swan


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