TUNDRA SWANS JOURNEY 3,000 KM
Throughout March, thousands of Tundra Swans return to the Old Thedford Bog just south of Grand Bend on Greenway Road. This area is the swans’ annual rest stop on their migration to Canada’s Arctic.
From Chesapeake Bay (Maryland) to Canada’s Arctic, the swans make a 6,000 km round trip journey each year beginning in March and arriving in the Arctic in May.
Canada’s Arctic offers the swans long summer days, abundant plant growth and high insect activity – the swans’ favourite menu!