Bill Long carries a captive-raised cygnet in a 5-gallon bucket on the hike Grebe Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Long was about to attempt to “graft” the baby swan into a wild nest, an operation that failed.
Bill Long carries a captive-raised cygnet in a 5-gallon bucket on the hike Grebe Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Long was about to attempt to “graft” the baby swan into a wild nest, an operation that failed. Mike Koshmrl Via the Jackson Hole News & Guide
Bill Long carries a captive-raised cygnet in a 5-gallon bucket on the hike Grebe Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Long was about to attempt to “graft” the baby swan into a wild nest, an operation that failed. Mike Koshmrl Via the Jackson Hole News & Guide

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