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Air Quality: Level I丨
Noise: Class I丨
Surface Water Quality: Class II
The swan has a graceful stature, a long neck, a robust body and big feet. When sliding in water, they look very solemn. When flying, they stretch out the long neck and flap its wings slowly. When migrating, they move ahead in a diagonal line or a “V” shape at high altitude. Other waterfowls are not as fast as swans, either in water or in air. Swans dive their heads (rather than the whole body) into shallow waters for aquatic plants. The swan is a winter resident, which loves perching in lakes and marshes in groups and mainly feed on aquatic plants. Every March and April, they fly from south to north in large groups, lay eggs and reproduce in northern frontier provinces in China. Every May, female swans lay two or three eggs and then hatch eggs, with male geese guarding them and never leaving for a moment. As long as October is over, they will move to the south in flocks. They spend winter and rehabilitate in warm places in the south. At the foot of the majestic Tianshan Mountain in China, there is a tranquil lake-Swan Lake. Every summer and autumn, thousands of swans wander on the green water, just like white clouds floating in the blue sky.