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Heartwarming Tale: Swan Embraces Rescuer in Gratitude

Swan Rescuer Embrace
Richard Wiese carrying the adorable swan he rescued.

Richard Wiese carrying the cute swan after saving her.(image Credits: borntoexploretv)

Animals and birds show their thanks to humans in unique ways, like this swan that wraps its neck around the person who saved it as a sign of gratitude.

The beautiful swan wrapping Her Neck around Richard Wiese’s neck

The stunning swan tenderly wrapping her neck around Richard Wiese’s neck. (image Credits: borntoexploretv)

The stunning swan tenderly wrapping her neck around Richard Wiese's neck.

(image Credits: borntoexploretv)

The stunning swan tenderly wrapping her neck around Richard Wiese's neck.

(image Credits: borntoexploretv)

Richard Wiese, known for hosting “Born to Explore,” came across a swan injured by a barbed wire fence. Swans are not usually known for being affectionate, but when Wiese picked her up, she responded with a trustful gesture, wrapping her neck around him.

Speaking to ABC News, Wiese shared, “When I put it close to me, I could feel its heart beating and it just relaxed its neck and wrapped it around mine. It’s a wonderful moment when an animal trusts you completely.”

Who Is Richard Wiese ?

Who Is Richard Wiese ?

Richard Wiese, a globally recognized explorer, holds the distinction of being the longest-serving President of The Explorers Club (EC) and is the Executive Producer and Host for programs on both ABC and PBS. ( image Credits: richardwiese )

Weekends with Yankee,” a public television show, is hosted by the esteemed explorer Richard Wiese. Known for his adventurous spirit, Richard brings a deep sense of curiosity and a passion for discovery to his role, guiding viewers through the diverse and captivating landscapes of New England with his expert knowledge.

Richard Wiese is not only the host of the Emmy Award-winning show “Born to Explore with Richard Wiese” but also of “Weekends with Yankee.” He is the author of “Born to Explore: How to Be a Backyard Adventurer.” Notably, Wiese was elected as the youngest president of The Explorers Club in 2002, marking a significant achievement in his illustrious career.

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