Can Swans Fly?


Swans do fly and some of them migrate. A young swan usually lives as part of a flock until it is just about 4 years when it is considered as being an adult. It will then find a mate, most frequently from its flock and fly off with the new mate to find their mating territory.
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Yes, swans can fly, and prefer to fly at night, which is why we don't see them fly often. They can fly as fast as 50 miles per hour and at heights approaching 30,000 feet. Swans can also fly for up to 2,000 miles at one time. You can find more information here:
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