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LOVE CANADA GEESE/ CANADA GOOSE HALL OF SHAME

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Message Number: 401 - Saturday, July 19, 2014 17:35:52 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Maryann Farrell
City:  Marlton
State/ Province:  New Jersey
Country:  United States
Comments:

hi, I am so excited I found this site. I just joined a Facebook page for Canada geese. I can't take the. Cruelty towards these beautiful birds. I have witnessed 3 horrible happenings with Canada geese this week alone. I wish I could get help when I am trying to help these helpless geese. Nobody cares. I can't do it alone.i hope we can get more and more support for the geese. They are loving mates and wonderful parents. I can't say the same for all of the human race. I hope I can help make a difference. Maryann farrell

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Message Number: 400 - Friday, July 11, 2014 23:08:14 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Suzanne Close
City:  Sun Lakes
State/ Province:  AZ
Country:  U.S.
Comments:

My pictures do not want to drag here. We have adopted an injured Canada Goose. We think it was hit by a car. It stands a little cockeyed and has trouble walking. We are hoping the hip heals. It looks like it will be with us until the Fall and then we will see if it is ready to rejoin a flock.

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Message Number: 399 - Monday, July 7, 2014 17:29:08 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Louie b.Free
Country:  U.S. of A.
Website URL (if any):  http://louiefreeshow.com
Comments:

Thank you all for shining the light on these cruel acts.

Hopefully, your exposing these horrific acts, will lead us to being compassionate

I've added a link to your site from my show site

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Message Number: 398 - Friday, June 27, 2014 05:09:07 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Jessica McDonald
City:  Hernando
State/ Province:  Mississippi
Country:  USA
Website URL (if any):  Jessicamae08.tumblr.com
Comments:

Thanks!

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Message Number: 397 - Tuesday, June 17, 2014 06:44:31 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Leslie LaDuca
City:  North Tonawanda
State/ Province:  New York
Country:  USA
Comments:

I have enjoyed the geese and have grown close to one couple that I named Barry and Barbara. They know their names and come to me when I call them. I fed them every day cracked corn or rolled oats and would sit with them twice a day. If I didn't see them, I would call them and they would come and many times they would call for me. It has been a week now since I have seen them and I don't know what has happened to them. I miss them very much and I suspect something has happened to them. The other geese that were bringing their goslings to graze accross the canal are not coming anymore either. It seems unnatural to look out my window and not see any geese at all and I don't believe for a minute that they left willingly. I'm heartbroken and I miss my friends.

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Message Number: 396 - Monday, June 16, 2014 16:30:31 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Nancy Hart
City:  Indianapolis
State/ Province:  IN
Country:  USA
Comments:

The Geese Police scared away all of the Canada Geese in our complex but 3. Daddy, Mommy and Baby. Originally, there were 10 goslings. Having read what to feed them, I will change my ways.

Thank you.

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Message Number: 395 - Friday, June 13, 2014 19:00:35 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Ivan Linde
City:  Oah kridge
State/ Province:  Or
Country:  USA
Comments:

I recently saved a lost baby Canada Goose that got trapped between the rails on a railroad track momma was gone so I took it home and have been with us for about 6 weeks it follows my wife everywhere we call it Hobo. Still not sure if its a female or male. Hobo gets along with our dog and they lay togather on our patio when we are outside. we have a couple fish ponds and Hobo goes in and bathes at least once a day.it is so much fun watching him run all around and following my wife everywhere. hobo is free to go when it wants to which I feel will be when it gets bigger.

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Message Number: 394 - Thursday, June 12, 2014 15:41:10 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  Linda Savage
City:  Dunham
State/ Province:  Quebec
Country:  Canada
Comments:

I wasn"t sure if I had written to much in my last post. I just wanted to mention something a very special person named Nora had told me. "There are people who LOVE animals(including birds, insects, reptiles ect) and people WHO THINK THEY LOVE THEM" I found out that I am one who truely does love them. For the last 2 winters I have had 6 injured geese who cannot fly at all. So in the winter I put a pump in our lake to keep the water open for them (about 75feet or so) and I feed them all winter. This past winter being so bad I also had 147 ducks get stranded here because of such bad weather south of us. I feed them as well. All surrived. My injured geese are hear to stay, but the ducks left as soon in the spring as they could. I continue to feed 2 of the geese as they are not able to swim very well, so they can't dip in the water to get food there as well. (They have wings that are almost on the ground) So one is called Mr. Wing and the other Mr. Ding. Continue your good work as your are truly a person who LOVES animals. Linda

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Message Number: 393 - Thursday, June 12, 2014 15:16:57 PDT
Posted From: Canada
Name:  Linda Savage
City:  Dunham
State/ Province:  Quebec
Country:  Canada
Comments:

I live on 36 acres and have a 5 acre man made (1964) lake. I have been here for ten years and because I DO NOT HUNT I have alot of wildlife. I have the same families of wild Canada geese that have their young here every year. Our oldest pair (I think) had 17 hatched out. I did not see any other nesting geese anywhere near their nest. They are very aggresive and protective of ther nest. It is quite a sight to see them all in a row between mon and dad. I have other pairs that have 11, 9, 8 babies and less.I want to thank you for loving a species that most people hate. People are just as prejudiced in the bird worls as in the human world. If Canada geese were bright red or blue they would probably be admired. I am a birder and love all birds great and small. Have a wonderful day. Linda

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Message Number: 392 - Monday, May 19, 2014 12:58:26 PDT
Posted From: United States
Name:  Peter McNabb
City:  Des Moines
State/ Province:  Iowa
Country:  United States
Comments:

We Have been watching a double pond for several years, there are many famly groups every year forming large creches. One pair started with 12 gosslings, the lost 3 but managed to raise 9. Most of the geese seem to be overwintering and we've noted this year that two family groups have 3 adults! We've speculated this may be a female yearling. All three seem to be protecting the babies. Usually the 1-2 year olds form a separate grouping from the creches. This is why the three adult families are unusal. Have others seen this also?

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