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Message Number: 429 - Tuesday, May 12, 2015 12:21:02 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  annice murawski
City:  douglasville
State/ Province:  ga
Comments:

i have 2 geese that come to my yard every day and i was looking online to find out what to feed them. they are so sweet. i am loving them both.

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Message Number: 428 - Thursday, April 30, 2015 15:02:19 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  John H. Fringer
City:  Reston
State/ Province:  VA
Country:  USA
Comments:

With all my heart I love these beautiful, intelligent, gentle, and graceful creatures, and it breaks my heart when I see one of them get hit by a car. What is the best way to discourage them from crossing the road next to a field full of grass, do you know? Won't a barrier of tall grass, reeds, and/or bushes do the trick? They have more of a right to occupy the land than we humans do, I know, and I just want to do anything I can to protect them against humanity's onslaught of environmental destruction.

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Message Number: 427 - Sunday, April 26, 2015 05:20:14 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Harold M Smith
City:  Glenmoore
State/ Province:  PA - Pennsylvania
Country:  United States
Comments:

Hello...we have a Canadian Goose who has made himself comfortable at or near our animal sanctuary...we have a large field next to our home, and we believe his "nest" might be near there...there is no access to water here for him, so I fill up a large plastic container in the sanctuary that he gets water from often....I also put a large container next to it that I fill up with food for him....we know that cracked corn is one of their favorites, so we keep a good supply in that container for him....he has been eating some of the bird seed that is on plates, or on the ground lately, so I did put a little bit of that next to his cracked corn....I guess cracked corn might get a little boring for him, so he took a liking to some bird seed on his own....it seems that he has chosen not to migrate for some reason....we didn't expect him to stay for long, but he has been here for close to a month now....apparently his spouse visits him occasionally, as I see both of them together in the field once in a while....we will continue to make sure he gets the water and food that he desires while he stays...he seems to be very comfortable now near our home and sanctuary....any info you can send us by email would be much appreciated.....Harold (Smith Auction Company)

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Message Number: 426 - Tuesday, April 21, 2015 13:49:28 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Veronica kelly
City:  mission viejo
State/ Province:  CA - California
Comments:

Thank you for your article...I feel so much better about freinding my new backyard friends!

Best to you,

Veronica

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Message Number: 425 - Monday, April 20, 2015 10:16:17 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  Ruby dotzler
City:  cochrane
State/ Province:  Alberta
Country:  Canada
Comments:

We have a set of Canada geese nesting on our pond on a big hay bale that my husband put in the pond for them. We are really excited to see when the babies hatch . We watch them from the house daily.

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Message Number: 424 - Thursday, April 9, 2015 21:46:02 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  Melissa Ireland
City:  WINNIPEG
State/ Province:  Manitoba
Country:  Canada
Comments:

I just love silly little geese and their babies! they're all over the uni campus, but some are kind of agressive so i don't like them so much.

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Message Number: 423 - Tuesday, April 7, 2015 13:02:31 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Mary Lou Simms
City:  Helena
State/ Province:  AL
Country:  USA
Comments:

Choo: We fed about 200 Canada geese all winter (grains and bread) ... even in the south, the grass was scarce. As a result, they look fabulous and beautiful. They flew in every evening about 5:30 for their corn and left by dawn. It was a nightly ritual. If you live in places that don't allow feeding, leave out the corn at night. You have to be sneaky about it but in winter, it can mean the difference between life and death.

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Message Number: 422 - Thursday, April 2, 2015 18:51:53 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Rhonda Simpson
City:  longs
State/ Province:  South card
Country:  USA
Comments:

Beautiful website we have 2 geese nesting in the back yard by the pound your website has really helped me out learning about geese

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Message Number: 421 - Thursday, April 2, 2015 15:39:08 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Suzy De Champlain
City:  Reddick
State/ Province:  Fl
Country:  United States
Comments:

Somehow a Canada goose that canot fly and a wild duck have made their way to my farm. They are now protected within a fenced area containing a one acre pond. Thank you for the article about how and what to feed them. I am happy they have arrived at Heaven Can Wait Farm and look forward to getting to know them.

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Message Number: 420 - Sunday, February 8, 2015 11:27:27 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  VALENCY of Earth
City:  Toronto
State/ Province:  ON
Country:  Canada
Comments:

Thank you Choo for sharing such beautiful and well writen stories of all these Geese. My husband and I are humanitarians like yourself and Earl (how is he doing? I hope well and healthy - drink plently of hot boiled fresh ginger and garlic, and eat raw beets to cleanse the blood), we have great sympathy for animals, a cute gesture I must share, my husband is the type to notice insects and bugs on concrete pavements (we walk a lot) and will assist them over to the other side (especially snails). Everyone has a role to be a caregiver especially since we are at the top of the animal kingdom and have the ability to brainstrom many possible options for any outcome. I truly enjoyed your warmth and love for these particular creatures and now have a deeper respect for Canadian Geese after learning about their personatlies through your stories.

I actually came across your website after doing some research on Geese because I curious to know what they ate. We have approx. 10 Geese who hang out in the park across from us, we moved here last year in October of 2014 and yesterday I just noticed they are still here through the Winter months, this I found unusal (I thought they always migrated South but then I found a map which indicates regions and areas for year-round habitat for Geese). This entire weekend I definitely gained a wealth of knowledge, the experience was touching.

Sincerely, thank you - thank you - thank you!

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