I would like to salvage this animal and agree to the terms of salvage:
I'm absolutely certain
It is a cygnet due to the grey feathering on the neck and the body.
Decimal Degrees: 43.9,-111.6
Precise (within 10m/11yd)
Upper Snake Region
Game Management Unit:
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 (All day)
I received a phone call from a person in the community on 3/7/16 at 18:45 that reported a swan that was hit on the road. I asked if there was a power line next to the road and the caller confirmed that there is a power line on the south side of the road. I asked if they had moved the swan and they said no. I went out at 14:30 and found the swan at the location listed above. The swan was under a power line. There were also several hundred Canada geese and approximately 30 swans to the south of the road feeding in the field.
Individual(s) Observed (seen)