The Bewick’s Swan is a small, slender swan that breeds in the cold tundra of Eurasia and North America.
Black swans are native to Australia, where they may be seen all year, but due to human movement, they can now be found across Europe and in North American residential areas
The black-necked swan (Cygnus melanocoryphus) is a large waterfowl bird, which breeds in southern South America, mostly in Argentina, but also in Chile and Uruguay
the similar looking trumpeter swan. The mute swan is identifiable by its black bill and orange beak.
The trumpeter swan ( Cygnus buccinator ) is a large North American waterfowl, the heaviest living bird that typically nests in the northern United States and Canada
The tundra swan (Cygnus columbianus) is a large, white swan found in North America. These types of swans are the smallest of the North American swans
The whooper swan, commonly known as the common swan, is a huge northern hemisphere swan that is pronounced hooper swan
The coscoroba swan is a waterfowl species in the Anatidae subfamily Anserinae. Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay
The tundra swan is a tiny Holarctic swan. The two taxa within it are normally considered conspecific, however, they are sometimes separated into two species: