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Black Swans in Malaysia

Posted by joshmitran on August 6, 2016 at 10:40 AM

The black swan (Cygnus atratus) is a large waterbird, a species of swan, which breeds mainly in the southeast and southwest regions of Australia. The species was hunted to extinction in New Zealand but later reintroduced. Black Swans the body is mostly black, with the exception of the broad white wing tips which are visible in flight. They are monogamous breeders that share incubation duties and cygnet rearing between the sexes.

Black swans have been introduced to various countries as an ornamental bird in the 1800s, but have escaped and formed stable populations Black swans are popular birds in zoological gardens and bird collections, and escapees are sometimes seen outside their natural range. In Malaysia, Black Swans are popular waterfowl commonly kept in zoos, bird parks and parks. There are also individuals who kept black swans in their house compound and farm. Black swans are easy to maintain and need little supervision. It’s very important to provide them a big pond with fresh water. Black swans feeds on pellets, wheat grains, maize and vegetation. Swans feed primarily on algae and aquatic plants; but they also eat grain, grasses and crop foods, such as wheat, potatoes and carrots - especially in the winter when other food sources aren't readily available. The Black Swan is a vegetarian. Food consists of algae and weeds, which the bird obtains by plunging its long neck into water up to 1 m deep.

Joshmitran Pet Aviarry import in black swans from Europe to meet our customers demand. We provide full range of service and consultation to our customers. Some of our customer successfully breed black swans locally. The success rate of breeding black swans are high due to weather and proper care. Joshmitran Pet Aviarry supplies Black Swans to pet shops, resorts, zoo, bird parks, private keepers and home stays in Malaysia and also exports them worldwide. We will guide our customer in detailed to ensure the welfare and wellbeing of the birds.

 

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