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Message Number: 98 - Thursday, June 4, 2020 13:06:33 PDT
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Name:  Joan cuadra
City:  Visalia
State/ Province:  Ca
Country:  Usa
Comments:

I love Canadian Geese. We have them here in Visalia, California. I really enjoy feeding them cracked corn and milo seeds. I feed them directly from my hand and they seem very friendly. Are there any health risks to me feeding them directly out of my hand?
I also have leaned a lot from your web page. Thank you.
Joan cuadra


Message Number: 97 - Monday, May 25, 2020 17:14:11 PDT
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Name:  John Flynn
City:  Dayton
State/ Province:  OH
Country:  USA
Comments:

Thank you for all your information on The Canadian Geese. I've got two at work here in Dayton,Ohio and I just wanted see what I might be able to feed them? Got some good idea's from your site! Thank you, John


Message Number: 96 - Thursday, May 14, 2020 22:26:50 PDT
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Name:  Gretchen
State/ Province:  Washington
Country:  USA
Comments:

I love your site!
Learned some answers to questions I had about geese behavior.
Wonder if you could answer a question - saw an in interesting behavior.
Can you email me?


Message Number: 95 - Wednesday, April 1, 2020 21:05:01 PDT
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Name:  Jim Joe
City:  Sunnyvale
State/ Province:  California
Country:  U.S.A.
Comments:

I hope you are well and the beautiful Canada geese.


Message Number: 94 - Friday, November 29, 2019 02:56:23 PDT
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Name:  Garrin Ross
City:  Lafayette
State/ Province:  IN
Comments:

Just thought it worth sharing links to another great lover of Canada geese:

feathery-friends.tumblr.com/

www.youtube.com/channel/UCuyelmAcEEhJ-AwdYG6mMyw




Message Number: 93 - Wednesday, October 16, 2019 18:04:50 PDT
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Name:  Cheryl Kizoff
City:  Tiny, Georgian Bay
State/ Province:  Ontario
Country:  Canada
Comments:

Like you I love Canadian geese. They remind me of the need for more community and sense of “oneness”
Watching them now on Georgian Bay where we live
Getting ready to fly south. Looking forward to their return in the spring.
Truly my spirit bird. I’m sure your beloved husband is with you in the Geese who visit you.
So happy I visited your site

Love and light

Cheryl


Message Number: 92 - Sunday, October 6, 2019 12:17:18 PDT
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Name:  Connie McGarry
City:  Northbranch
State/ Province:  Mi
Country:  United States
Comments:

I have a question my goise woundered into neighbors woods they have swampy wetlands. Iv been calleing her fir 1wk now ahe will give me a honk or 2 & tjats it. My whole familys been out day & night looking to get her back home, we have alot cyotes scared for her. We found her in a kroger parking lot at app few days old no other geese to be there. We raised her shes niw 7mths old we live her so much & shes such a loving goise so we cant figure out why she wont come back?? Please help us


Message Number: 91 - Saturday, September 21, 2019 08:05:56 PDT
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Name:  Patricia Holt
City:  Toledo
State/ Province:  Ohio
Country:  Lucas Co
Comments:

My heart is broken for this lonely Canadian Goose that lost its mate. We found a half eaten goose in the the field in my backyard and property disposed of it. It's mate is frantically honking and searching up into the ski for 5 days now looking for its mate. It has been nearly 9 years now that my neighbors and I watch out for them and many other wild critters that pass through. Stray dogs and hawks are chased away regularly. I do hope our lonely goose in morning finds another mate.