Captive Birds of Kellogg Sanctuary
Waterfowl – Housed in Lagoon and Wintergreen Lake
- Black Swan – The Black Swan is housed in the enclosure with the Giant Canada Geese.
- Giant Canada Geese – These geese are housed with the Black Swan and can be identified by their red leg bands and white “eyebrow” markings.
- Mandarin Duck – This male duck is housed with the Black Swan and can be identified by his small size and bright colors.
- Mute Swan– These swans are located on Wintergreen Lake and can be identified by their orange bills and red neck collars.
- Trumpeter Swan – The Sanctuary is a home for rehabilitated, native Trumpeter Swans. You can identify them by their black bills and red neck collars.
- Trooper Swan – These swans are a hybrid species. They are a cross between a Trumpeter Swan and a Whooper Swan. They can be identified by the large yellow patch on their black bill and red neck collars. They can be seen along the Lake Loop path in the summer or on Wintergreen Lake during the winter.
- Tundra Swan – This rehabilitated swan is housed with the Black Swan and can be identified by her severe wing injury and red neck collar.
Birds of Prey – Housed in individual enclosures
Most of our birds of prey are permanent residents of the sanctuary, and are injured or disabled. They were given to us from wildlife rehabilitators certified by the DNR. Here is a list of our current “residents”!
Upland Game Birds – Housed in the Leslie Tassel Pen