“She is the unluckiest swan. I needed to make sure they survived.”
Rob Adamson is a kindhearted man. He recently gained some attention online after his story made rounds on social media. As it appears, our guy here is a hero who went out of his way to make a raft to help save a swan and her eggs.
According to reports we’ve seen on the web, Rob noticed that water levels began rising in St Ives, Cambridgeshire. As someone who has looked after the swan for the past 10 years, he knew something had to be done. Besides, the swan’s eggs has previously been destroyed by foxes and floods.
Rob lives and works at Jones Boatyard so when he saw the waters reaching the nest, he made a DIY raft that could accommodate both the swan and all her eggs.
He also shared:
“You’re not supposed to interfere, but it had got to the point where they were all going to die. I couldn’t go to bed knowing that. I knew I would regret it if I didn’t do anything to save them. The dad was watching ,too, but neither of them attacked me. I think they knew it was their best chance.”
“I have been pacing around the marina like an expectant dad for the last week,” he confessed.
“When I saw them start to hatch I was so happy, I was bouncing around like a kid at Christmas. It’s like winning the lottery,” added Rob.
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