Cygnets appearing at the B gangs nest (marked B in their collars number) not so far from the bridge and on the lakes south west part. First this day a very brief scene from some coot chicks waiting for their parents bringing them coot food. When leaving the lake asking a local visitor he confirmed having seen one cygnet by the B swans. Returning later a single cygnet was seen trying some times to climb up on mother swans back, maybe early transport mode training? After a while the pen, 96B, rises and revealing some more cygnets to appear. Some eggs seen still, so more cygnets may appear later. The cob, father swan, was now situated at the nest. The cygnets moving near the pens wings seemed sometimes triggering the automatic door opener to their wing feathered cabin :)
At the lake Østensjøvannet nature reserve in Oslo. May 11 2014. Sony HDR-CX115.