We spotted these Tundra Swans in a salt marsh in the ACE Basin.
This is about as far south as a group will venture, and that is only a few each year. Their breeding grounds is the tundra of northern Canada.
The large open marshes in the ACE Basin gives them good winter feeding grounds away from people.
I tend to just ‘take a look’ and move on since even with a long lens I would need to find trails to get much closer. This was outside of a wildlife area and fairly close (for a Tundra Swan).