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If you thought people belonged to the most emotional species in the world, then you were wrong. There are animals that are very attached to their life partner, so that in case of separation and death, they cannot get over it. One of these animals is the swan.
Swans are, by all accounts, not only the largest but also the most beautiful birds among swimmers. With their interesting appearance and graceful behavior, they have always attracted the attention of onlookers and bird researchers. In the legends, they are given rich symbolic meanings (among other things, they are a symbol of love and fertility). Many legends and works of art speak about them, and in the north there is even the constellation Cygnus in the sky.
They live on waters with shrubs, reeds and other developed vegetation (floating, submerged and underwater). These are shallow lakes, ponds, ponds, freshwater and salt marshes, slow rivers (they are more inclined to clean streams full of plants than to larger polluted rivers), waterfalls, canals, artificial reservoirs (reservoirs, gravel depressions, ornamental lakes, ditches and canals), estuaries, estuaries, marinas, coastal bays and lagoons and sheltered sea bays. Flocks of adults and those that do not mate can, during the moulting period, settle brackish (mixture of fresh and salt water) or salt habitats, including brackish wetlands, backwaters, as well as shallow coastal areas. They can easily get used to the proximity of people and life in urban areas like city parks.
The main danger is posed by hunters (people in some parts of the world use them in their diet), environmental pollutants (poisoned water and food due to oil and gas exploitation, blasting, smelting of copper ore ...), then high-voltage cables and strong and long winters. The threat to their survival in nature is also lead poisoning - they eat leftover hunting shot. Adult swans are generally capable of defending their young from most predators, but even though parents are persistent in defense, eggs and newly hatched cubs are sometimes prey to pike, crow, weasel.
Swans have definitely settled on the left bank and we can see them in the largest number in one place on the Vizelj canal in Borča. For several years now, swans have been gathering at the mentioned place.
Citizens visit this location to enjoy together with these graceful birds.
That is why fans of these birds made the board "Swan Valley & Welcome to Borča the Walley of Swans".