'People call me the Swan Lady'

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Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
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  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
  • Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
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Baby swans at risk of becoming bald eagle appetizers were pulled from their parents and moved to a temporary home in Everett.
Even in wildlife biologist Martha Jordan's backyard, predators like owls, cats and crows look at these guys and see lunch. Jordan is raising the five fuzzy babies in her backyard for about 80 days before releasing them in the wild.