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LOVE CANADA GEESE/ CANADA GOOSE HALL OF SHAME

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Message Number: 443 - Friday, January 8, 2016 15:40:47 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Beth
Comments:

I love Canada geese! They are so cute. I love to watch them pecking and honking! They do it all the time near the ponds by our house. I'm in fifth grade. I draw Canada geese on my paper and I love them! I wish everyone loved Canada geese, they are such cute birds and so smart. It's not fair to be mad at geese because they poop, they are geese and they don't know better! I love Canada geese!

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Message Number: 442 - Tuesday, December 29, 2015 18:42:08 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Edden Western
City:  Oxford
State/ Province:  OH
Country:  USA
Comments:

I'm so glad there are a group of people who love and care for Canada geese. I feel most people around me hate them because they drop a lot and are aggressive. People are lack of patience to try to understand them, which confuses me because they seems well enought to understand their dogs or cats. I feel sad when people label them with certain characteristics they stop thinking. Canada geese are very understanding, loving, intellegent birds. They drop because they are birds... They drop a lot because they are big birds... They are aggressive in nesting season. How can you blame them for that since they might as well die for their babes. How can people occupy all lakes can claim waterfowl a "nuisance"? How can people cut down trees and build more and more cities and claim birds tresspassing city zone as a nuisance? If a species with a large population is a nuisance then why is human not? Many people should stop being so self-centered and try to think for others.

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Message Number: 441 - Saturday, November 28, 2015 19:05:39 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Luke
City:  Portland
State/ Province:  Oregon
Country:  USA
Comments:

I'm in second grade and I really love the way geese honk!

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Message Number: 440 - Tuesday, November 3, 2015 08:56:22 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Randy Atlas
City:  Buffalo
State/ Province:  NY
Country:  USA
Comments:

Dear Choo,

I am so very sorry to read about the passing of your husband and soulmate. I had been offline for 8 months including last November so I wasn't aware of this news until now.

I don't know what else to say except I am glad that he doesn't have to suffer anymore. These words may not be comforting because I know he is missed so much. It's never easy.

Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Love,

Randy

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Message Number: 439 - Sunday, October 11, 2015 06:22:30 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  C. L. Braun
City:  Gainesville
State/ Province:  Virginia
Country:  USA
Comments:

Thank you for your website. I agree with everyone about NOT FEEDING Geese or Ducks, Bread! Thank you for getting that information out there.

I live on a small pond with many ducks and Canada Geese. I feed them, Wild Bird Seed Mix. two to three times a week. I have seen seven generations of new babies being born here. The birds are healthy and fend for themselves quite well inbetween the supplement of wild bird seed mix. They have not dammaged the man made portion of plants, trees, and grasses that surround this area of water, fed by a stream. The birds have been a great source of joy to me, and others who live on the pond.

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Message Number: 438 - Friday, August 14, 2015 19:06:02 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Miriam
City:  Boston
State/ Province:  Massachusetts
Country:  USA
Comments:

Hello:

What a joy to see your webste dedicated to marvelous Canada geese. It's such a pleasure to know there are people out there who care about the welbeing of Canada geese and love them. I love them dearly for their amazing qualities and here in Boston I advocate for them. I'd like to find people here in Massachusetts who love them and advocate for them. Urban Canada geese's lives are very stressful and full of dangers.

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Message Number: 437 - Friday, July 31, 2015 17:17:22 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Phyllis Smith
City:  NORTH WILKESBORO
State/ Province:  NC
Country:  United States
Comments:

A family of Canada geese have raised near our pond for 5 or 6 years now. The same couple return each year and stake claim to the aira. Usually, the babies from the previous season arrives with the parents, but when the goose is ready to nest, the gander rives all other fowl including his own goslings away. They disappear in mid Jiune to find a place to molt and return some time in August.

But, I have never seen such amazing parenting as performed by the goose and gander. They could offer humans some much-needed lessons. I especially admired the gander and his devotion to family. But, I suspect that devotion cost him his life this year. The goose left with their 5 babies to molt without the gander. He had been missing 5 days before the family packed up and left for molting grounds.

I miss them; the pond is sad and looks so lonely without them. I pray for a safe trip for them and hope to see all of them soon. I would really love to see the gander appear back with his family

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Message Number: 436 - Thursday, July 30, 2015 06:27:31 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Loretta Killian
City:  Easton
State/ Province:  PA
Country:  USA
Comments:

I really love this website!! I love Canada Geese and get teased a lot for it. I love to watch and feed them at the pond. I agree that they are all individuals and have feelings and that they recognize me.

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Message Number: 435 - Thursday, July 30, 2015 06:19:32 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  Lisa Bednarz
City:  Sleepy Hollow
State/ Province:  NEW YORK
Country:  United States
Comments:

I love these beautiful creatures. To me, they are very close to humans and I have adored "presiding over" my local public pond and the families of Cadian Geese for the past three years. AlexGANDER and GooseElise have really been amazing heads of this family. My heart has been broken this year by the runt of the largest family. He was a tiny, cute as a "BUTTON" scrapper from the start. He is always either at the front of the clatch or on his way to the front! He wil NOT be left out, but poor Button only has one eye. Now, I have noticed that the whole family is starting to take day trips, but they leave "Button" behind. If someone knows what I am going to do when they leave Button for good, please let me know.

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Message Number: 434 - Sunday, July 26, 2015 16:30:57 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  GUY STOYE
City:  Danbury
State/ Province:  New Hampshire
Country:  U.S.
Comments:

Hi Choo Congratulations for creating and maintaining your wonderful website and helping in the cause of the geese


Guy and Ann

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