Release of swans
Google Earth

View the current location of the swans

Your class can "Shadow A Swan" on its migration from Alaska to the Great Salt Lake and beyond. We use satellite technology and Internet mapping software.

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Register your class on this site and participate in this year's collaborative science effort.

In 2010, 2011, and 2012 we are following Tundra swans as they migrate from the Great Salt Lake to their winter nesting areas.

In 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 we followed Tundra swans as they navigated the Eastern Flyway.

In 2005 we discovered which lakes contribute Trumpeter swans to the Pacific Coast Flyway and the the Rocky Mountain Flyway.

Links regarding swans and similar projects.

Maps will help your students investigate the habitat needs of the swans.

Talk to scientists and other classrooms as you explore the swan's pathway. This is a chance to do tele-collaborative science. Your class can contribute to a better understanding of the swan's migration behavior and needs.