Rye Beach NH Mute Swans along the road

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Rye Beach NH  Swans at Eel Pond


If you live anywhere near the coast of NH you’ve probably happened upon the Swans at Eel Pond in Rye NH. They are beautiful, graceful and wild.

While they are not “native” to the area, they have been at home in Eel Pond for many years.  The Beautiful Swans are awesome to see but they can be aggressive.  They are actually called Mute Swans and were imported at the turn of the century by wealthy New York land owners and  .... read more here >>>  NH Waterfont Living


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Brin Realty Associates Team At Bean Group
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Hi monika, I enjoyed the swan video, very pretty and peaceful..and good advice to keep your distance!
Mar 24, 2012 11:00 PM #1
Monika McGillicuddy
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty - Hampstead, NH
Southern NH & the Seacoast Area

Thank you very much Rene!

Mar 26, 2012 03:46 AM #2
shawn fraim

Has anyone seen both swans at Eel Pond lately? It is 6/6/14 and have only saw one in the last few weeks. Seems as though the babies would be out by now if they hatched.

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