Palace of Fine Arts
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.
One of San Francisco’s most beloved landmarks reopened to the public Friday after a seven-year, $21 million renovation.
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.
Sixty-seven San Francisco ballots, stolen from a precinct on Cayuga Street on election night and later recovered, will not be counted.
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.
Animal control officials in San Francisco suspect foul play in the death of a swan that was found dead outside San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts on Saturday, Nov. 13.
Approximately 75 voting ballots that disappeared when officials say a San Francisco polling inspector took off with them Tuesday have been found.