Same picture, but a different constellation. Just to the west (right) of Cygnus, is the little constellation of Lyra the Harp (or lyre to use the old name). There are some cases where this constellatino is depicted as a bird, which would make it similar to Cygnus and Aquila (the next constellation) - all birds.
Lyra might be small, but it does contain one of the most important stars, Vega. Vega is one of the brightest stars in the night sky. It is also used as a standard of measurement for other stars, in part because it is relatively close to us and easy to study. And if you are a fan of sci-fi movies, Vega is the star that the aliens from the movie Contact were from. But of course, we know that is just fiction, right?