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1984 Mute Swan Cygnus olor Pre 1934 Evans described this species as 'kept on the Cam and elsewhere', while Lack stated that it was common. The Systematic List 51 1934-1969 Herds gathered regularly on the Ouse and Nene Washes and along the River Cam. The Earith end of the Ouse Washes has always proved very popular, and 400 were recorded there in the winter of 1942 when most of the open water in Cambridgeshire was frozen over. A breeding census in 1955 found 59 pairs in the county. In this period there was a considerable ringing programme, in the Cambridge area alone 201 were ringed in 1960 and 215 in 1961.
Cambridge University Press. 1904. H Birds, zoology of Cambridgeshire. O. 1938. JENYNS L. Towards a fauna cantabriensis. MS deposited in the Cambridge University Zoology Library. 1869. L. The Birds of Cambridgeshire. The Cambridge Bird Club. 1934. R. The Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland. D. Poyser. 1976. R. J. The Birds ofWicken Fen. The Wicken Fen Group. 1982. SEABIRDS In a landlocked county all marine birds are found only when conditions on the coast are sufficiently severe to drive them inland.
There was also an undated specimen in Wisbech Museum from Guyhirn reported by Evans. The Systematic List 29 1934-1969 Records were exceptionally scarce until the 1950s, there being only two, both in 1947, in the 24-year period between 1927 and 1951. For the rest of this period there was at least one record in most years, of which over 70% were on, or around the area of, the Ouse Washes. Present Status An irregular winter visitor, usually either storm-driven or sick/injured birds. At the time of writing there have been 46 records of 52 birds of this species.