Annual 'Swan Upping' censusLoading
  • Britain Swan Census
    Swan uppers toast Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as they face towards Windsor Castle, during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the River Thames between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014. On Monday the swan uppers were beginning an annual five-day journey to count the population of the waterway's swans, which have theoretically belonged to the monarch since the 12th century.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    The Queen's Swan Marker David Barber holds a cygnet before releasing it back into the River Thames, after it was counted and checked during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014. On Monday the swan uppers were beginning an annual five-day journey to count the population of the waterway's swans, which have theoretically belonged to the monarch since the 12th century.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    Swan uppers hold swans and cygnets after lifting them into their Thames skiff rowing boats to be counted and checked during the annual "Swan Upping" census, on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    Swan uppers prepare to release cygnets back into the River Thames, after counting and checking them during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    Swan uppers weigh a cygnet on a bank of the River Thames, during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    A cygnet lies with its feet tied together before being released after being checked and counted on a bank of the River Thames during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014. On Monday the swan uppers were beginning an annual five-day journey to count the population of the waterway's swans, which have theoretically belonged to the monarch since the 12th century. (AP Photo/ Matt Dunham)
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • Britain Swan Census
    Swan uppers release an adult swan and cygnets back into the River Thames, after counting and checking them during the annual "Swan Upping" census on a stretch of the river between Staines and Windsor in southern England, Monday, July 14, 2014. On Monday the swan uppers were beginning an annual five-day journey to count the population of the waterway's swans, which have theoretically belonged to the monarch since the 12th century. (AP Photo/ Matt Dunham)
    Matt Dunham | AP
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