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Electricity North West engineers havea been working with the Wildfow f l and Wetlands Trust at Martin Mere in Burscough, West Lancashire to help raise the visibility of overhead pov we o rlines for the 30,000 pink-footed geese and whooper swans which migrate to the area every v year from Iceland.
When we lived near Watten in Caithness, my attempts to do so became a standing joke in our family, particularly in connection with whooper swans and greylag geese.
When I first saw them I assumed they would be whooper swans migrating from the far north, but was surprised to discover they are mute swans.
The four whooper swans smashed into the high-voltage lines and then fell to the ground.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust bought Holywell Pond in the 1960s and it became known for the whooper swans which visited.
In a bid to learn more about these magnificent birds and in the process increase public awareness, The Lough Neagh Wetlands Whooper Swan Project or the Superwhooper Project was hatched in 2007 when a team of scientists visited Iceland to observe breeding Whooper swans.
Aircraft could be in danger because of flocks of whooper swans which migrate from Iceland to live near the runways at Glasgow airport during the winter.
Simon King attempts to track clown wild boar, Plus, Bill Oddie and Kate Humble present an update on the whooper swans, red deer and foxes.