A female swan is called a pen. Its male partner is called a cob. The pen's offspring that is one year or younger is called a cygnet. A pen usually breeds in late April to the beginning of May. She lays a white egg every other day until it totals between five to nine eggs. A female adult swan is called a pen, and an adult male is a cob. Young swans are called swanlings or cygnets. What is the feminine of a swan? A female swan is called a Pen. A male is a Cob and a.
A female swan is called a pen, and their young are called cygnets. Male swans are generally larger and heavier than female swans, weighing between 21 to 38 pounds. However, it is not possible to tell a male swan from a female swan without internally examining the bird's vent area. Find answers for the crossword clue: Male swan. We have 1 answer for this clue.
The Swan Range is a mountain range in western Montana in the United States. Its peaks typically rise to around 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 m). The range is bounded by the South Fork Flathead River to the east, the Flathead River to the north and northwest, the Swan River to the west, and lie to the southwest of Glacier National Park, just south of the Canada–US border.Area: 1,961 km² (757 sq mi).