Hunting Season for Swan? No
A kayaker near Long Island park in New York found a swan impaled with an arrow, Friday. The arrow went all the way through, by the swan's wings, an end sticking out on both sides of the swan's body. The swan was rescued by Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays and at first the swan's condition was touch and go. The kayaker who found the swan visited him and named him Cygnus, after the swan shaped constellation. The Suffolk County SPCA is offering $1000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction. From The Wall Street Journal.