The smallest member in its genus, it is found in freshwater marshes, lagoon and lake shores in southern southamerica. The Black-necked Swan breeds in ChileaSautherm, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and on theFalkland island. In the austral winder, this species migrates northwards to Paraguay and southern Brazil.The wetlands created by the reat Chilean Earthquake like Carlos Anwandter Nature Sanctuary inCruces river have become important population centers for the Black-necked Swan.
In 2004 and 2005 thousands of Black-necked Swans in the Carlos Anwandter Nature Sanctuary in Chile died or migrated away following major contamination by Valdivi pulp mill located on the Cruces river which feeds the wetlands. By August 2005 the birds in the Sanctuary had been "wiped out"; only four birds could be observed from a population formerly estimated at 5,000 birds. Autopsies on dead swans attributed the deaths to high levels of iron and other metals polluting the water.
The Black-necked Swan, like its nearest relatives the Black and mute swam is relatively silent. Also, unlike most wildfowl, both parents regularly carry the Cygnes on their backs. The female lays four to six eggs in a nest of vegetation mound. The diet consists mainly of vegetation, insects and fish spawn.
Widespread and common throughout its habitat, the Black-necked Swan is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is listed on Appendix II of CITES.
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