Swan-upping



noun, British.
1.
the taking up of young swans to mark them with nicks on the beak for identification.
2.
an annual expedition for this purpose on the Thames.
noun (Brit)
1.
the practice or action of marking nicks in swans’ beaks as a sign of ownership
2.
the annual swan-upping of royal cygnets on the River Thames

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