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It’s raining on this, the last morning of writer’s school—my last chance to spot a moose. I choose the Chester Creek trail even though it doesn’t offer the best chance of encountering big animals. 233 more words


Strange Happenings

The other day I was cooling down from a run when I heard a familiar honk from overhead. Turning to look, I was in time to see a large V of Canada geese fly overhead, honking, towards the west. 438 more words

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Sparks of Life

Sand hill cranes have dominated my twelve-day stint at the Anchorage writer’s school. No moose or bear sighting yet. This morning, at the mouth of a slough that drains into Cook Inlet, two cranes foraged on a small island of reeds. 189 more words



Do we really want a flock of Canada Geese on our lawn?

It’s that time of the year that the parents and their young come together and invite themselves on our manicured lawns. 439 more words

How Geese Like Our Lawns

Get Marty: Delmont Plagued By Canada Geese Invasion

DELMONT (KDKA) — A Delmont community has a big problem with Canada geese.

“It’s horrible. They are ruining our property,” says Charlotte Bush.

About 70 Canada geese have settled into a few ponds surrounding the Bush home. 201 more words


Denver Parks And Rec Cutting Goose Population

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4) – Beset by complaints about aggressive Canada geese and their droppings, Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department is engaging in forced birth control for geese in Denver parks by oiling eggs, preventing them from hatching. 364 more words