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Tag: Canada goose

Feathered Foes: Canada Goose Control Options

April 22, 2015 By
Canada goose (Branta canadensis) control methodologies range from installing cardboard/wooden silhouettes of fake coyotes to applying for a federal depredation permit to addle goose eggs. A Canada goose usually starts breeding at three years of age and can live into... Read more»
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Fact vs. Fiction: Canada Goose

December 10, 2013 By
Fiction: Canada geese take turns leading the flock during migration. Fact: The notion geese take turns sharing the responsibilities of migration is a myth invented by motivational speakers. A flock of Canada geese keeps the same leader (or occasionally, pair... Read more»
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Law Review: What We Can Learn from Geese

July 1, 2007 By
By:¬†Greg Crosslin Several days ago, I was up late preparing for a trial and had the Animal Planet channel on the television in the background. A reporter began a segment about geese, starting with the question, “Why do geese fly... Read more»
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