Palace of Fine Arts
A baby swan hatched at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts lagoon has been killed by a predator, a swan caretaker said.
It’s been a bad week for the swans that make their home in a lagoon at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts. Officials at the San Francisco landmark say the youngest member of a swan family disappeared Thursday evening.
Bella the swan is moving out after receiving a less than gracious reception from her brother and sister-in-law at the lagoon near San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts, Recreation and Park Department officials said.
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A fractured webbed foot is no cause for a swan song for Bella, an injured swan who resides at the Palace of Fine Arts lagoon in San Francisco.
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The fences around part of the lagoon were scheduled to come down shortly, and the swans have already returned.
Swans are back in the lagoon at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts.
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Officials Wednesday relocated the only swan left in the lagoon at San Francisco’s Palace of the Fine Arts after its companion swan suspiciously died earlier this month.