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COMING HOME - A LIVING WORLD SPECIAL
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Sunday 06:35-07:00
The Living World is a gentle weekend natural history programme, which aims to broadcast the best, most intimate encounters with British wildlife.
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BRETT WESTWOOD
Brett Westwood
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Sunday 9 November 2003
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Whooper Swans Arriving at Welney

Coming Home
A Living World Special


As dawn breaks Brett Westwood is at the Ouse Washes in Norfolk to welcome a multitude of whooper and Bewick's swans as they reach the end of their journey from the Russian and Icelandic tundra.

With the events of Migration week drawing to an end, the satellite swans are still on their way, but, as Brett discovers, others have completed the journey and have arrived back in Britain.

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Adult and Juvenile Whooper Swans at Welney

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Dawn at WWT's Nature Reserve at Welney
Swans Arriving as the Sun Rises

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