tundra swan

noun

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

1984

First Known Use of tundra swan

1984


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