Group of Swans?

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A group of swans is referred to as a bevy or wedge when they are in flight. Swans are species of birds genus Cygnus, belonging to the family Anatidae, which also includes ducks and geese, and they are grouped with the intimately associated geese in the subfamily Anserinae where they make the tribe Cygnini.
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A group of Swans is called a bevy.
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A group of swans can be referred to by a variety of names such as bevy, game, team and herd. A wedge of swans are a group that are flying in a V formation.
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A group of swans are referred to as a herd, wedge, team or even bevy. The female swan has a strange name, it is a pen and the babies are referred to as flapper.
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A baby swan is called a "cygnet" A group of cygnets or eggs is called a "clutch" A group of swans in the wild is called a "herd"
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A group of swans is called a herd, game, flock, fanfare, bevy, bank or a
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A group of Swan is called Herd or Whiteness. Swan is the largest waterfowl species of subfamily Anserinae.
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A group of wild swans is called a bevy or a herd. If they are flying in a 'V' shape the group is called a wedge. There are different species of wild swans and ...
A group of swans can either be referred as Bevy, Bank or Herd. The group may also be referred as a wedge of swans, a lamentation of swans or a ballet of swans. ...
Baby swans are called a flapper or a cygnet. The female swan is a pen and the male is a cob. A group of swans are a team or herd. If they are flying they are ...
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