BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Three swans are on their way to their new home after being rehabilitated at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.

Credit: Maryland Zoo

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The trio underwent their final medical check and are now on their way to Iowa where they’ll be released into the wild.

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Zoo officials said because of conservation programs like this, the trumpeter swan population has been successfully bolstered back up in their home ranges.

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They said they are proud to be part of this achievement.

CBS Baltimore Staff