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Message Number: 503 - Sunday, January 21, 2018 13:11:21 PDT
Name:  paul robertson
City:  Mt.Vernon
State/ Province:  Ohio
Country:  United States

I am so grateful to find your website today>One of the greatest things that ever happened to me happened on the day my( gentle)dog came up the driveway with a nestling goose tucked in his mouth..........DROP IT ....I yelled,though I had no Idea who/what it was being too far away to determine,but I sensed it was alive.I ran down to investigare and found the gooseling,,, a little soggy ,but seemed completely indifferent to his situation. He stayed in our yard from that time completely free to leave but became attached to our two dogs.Some people believe that human beings are the Crown of Creation.,but my experience saved me from that herd.We can easily become enlighted,freeing ourself from that delusion,but we are the most self-serving creatures,endarkening our imagination with hostile nonsense regarding those we could learn so much more about ourselves from....etc.(those who don't speak our language throughout the eco-system).thanks for your service in that regard. sincerely...paul


Message Number: 502 - Thursday, November 2, 2017 13:13:48 PDT
Name:  elizabeth mccafferty
City:  Charlevoix
State/ Province:  MI.
Country:  USA

I printed this article and am sharing with every goose hunter I come across!! It makes me so upset when I hear about the senseless killing that goose hunting creates for sport. I too have witnessed the mourning of a single goose having lost its partner to a hunter. The spared goose mourningfully called for his/her partner for a week in the field where the other was shot, before he/she finally left and moved on alone.

I support your cause 110% and wish I could do more!

Thank you for what you do.

Elizabeth McCafferty


Message Number: 501 - Monday, October 30, 2017 15:42:15 PDT
Name:  Vincen
City:  Waterloo
State/ Province:  Ontario
Country:  Canda

There are lots of geese in waterloo all the year. and they are my best friends, very friendly and never attacks me.


Message Number: 500 - Friday, September 29, 2017 02:25:06 PDT
Name:  Sara Brett
City:  Glen Ellen
State/ Province:  CA
Country:  USA
Website URL (if any):

I love Canadian Honkers. I hate waterfowl hunters, they're jerks. Canadian Goose are innocent. Add me on FB if u agree. site is listed above. stop hunters.


Message Number: 499 - Saturday, September 23, 2017 06:39:54 PDT
Name:  Melinda Ellison
City:  Santa Rosa
State/ Province:  California
Country:  USA

I Love Canadian Geese. Its unfortunate the way they are treated

by some people; in Great Britain and elsewhere. People who

claim to be 'bird lovers' and dislike the Canadian Goose;

are not 'bird lovers' at all. Especially, people who raid their

nests, and do other nasty things to them.

I Love the Canadian Geese & Will Do Everything to Protect Them!


Message Number: 498 - Friday, September 15, 2017 20:38:49 PDT
Name:  Patrick Joseph
City:  Northampton
State/ Province:  MA
Country:  USA


Thanks for this amazing website about the most AMAZING animal on earth!

Last year, I rented a house with a pond, and bonded so closely with a group (17) of Canada geese. Their "leader" was a BIG, beautiful canada goose hybrid (I suspect Canada goose X white fronted goose).

Because they were babies (they weren't honking yet, rather the softer juvenile sound) - i was able to bond with them and they let me hold them and hug them.

One day soon I'll compile all the videos I took of my time with those ANGELS and share it with the world. Thanks everyone!



Message Number: 497 - Friday, August 25, 2017 12:41:20 PDT
Name:  Ann Cordner
City:  Newington
State/ Province:  Connecticut
Country:  USA


I am very concerned about a lone Canada goose that has been sitting beside of my pond for about 6 weeks. He walks, swims and eats, however, I have not seen him fly. I am very worried about him, I am afraid if he doesn't fly away soon my condo association will have him destroyed.

I have contacted Animal Control and about 20 rescues and rehabbers. There is a vet about 4 miles away that will look at him, however, I don't know how to get there. I have also contacted PETA and sent them phots of the goose. Any information you can supply would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.


Message Number: 496 - Monday, August 21, 2017 09:39:13 PDT
Name:  Anita Thomas
City:  South Bend
State/ Province:  Indiana
Country:  USA

I have had the pleasure of watching a Momma Goose make her nest, hatch the eggs and watch the babies grow. They left for their fledge flight on friday 08/18/17. I sure do miss them, and really hate to see how they are unwelcomed in so many places. I pray they are in a safe location and look forward to seeing them again before they leave for the winter. I loved your story about ET.


Message Number: 495 - Sunday, July 30, 2017 18:58:23 PDT
Name:  Julie Robbs
City:  Hull
State/ Province:  Massachusetts
Country:  USA

I love these beautiful birds, it's unfortunate that there are more sites or pages celebrating these beauties. There is so much negativity surrounding these birds that people don't give them a chance. I have been around MANY Canada geese, big and small, male and female, adults and babies, and I have NEVER, EVER been chased, bitten or attacked in any way. Yes they hiss but they know by now it takes more then hissing to scare me off. Some may be a bit hesitant of me, but that's ok because I don't want them to think that every human is good and loving just because I am. There is so much I want to know about these birds, but every site tells me the same limited information, and that's not enough. I want to know EVERYTHING about them, the good, the bad, the truth, the lies and everything else in between. I truly love Canada geese and want to do everything I can to protect them and educate the ignorant, and I thank you too for your love and devotion to these beautiful big birds when so many could care less.