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Swannery Abbotsbury Dorset England from 1867 journal - Stock Image

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Abbotsbury Swannery is the only managed colony of nesting mute swans in the world. It is situated near the village of Abbotsbury in Dorset, England, The colony can number over 600 swans with around 150 pairs. Written records of the swannery’s existence go back to 1393 but it probably existed well before that.
In the magazine "Good Words" 1867
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