Canada Goose

To the average citizen a flock of Canada geese flying north is a harbinger of spring; but to parks and recreation professionals responsible for lakes, ponds, parks or open areas such as golf courses nationwide, it means another season of dealing with the increasingly pesky birds. But they should take heart because they aren’t alone in the problem and there are ways to control it. Back from the Brink The Canada goose was once an endangered species, and according to …


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