No cygnet and watchers ask, wherefore art thou Romeo?
The wait is over. There will be no baby swans this year in the Public Garden. Romeo and Juliet, the feathered pair who for six weeks feverishly guarded a nestful of eggs near the lagoon, have abandoned their nest. And one specialist now believes that both may be females; perhaps Romeo and Juliet are, in fact, Juliet and Juliet. (Full Article: 463 Words)
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