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Message Number: 508 - Friday, December 14, 2018 11:38:50 PDT
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Name:  Sharon
City:  Campbellsport
State/ Province:  WI
Country:  USA
Comments:

Hi,

Thank you for your site on Canada geese.

With my 2nd goose, with angel wing, captured and housed for the winter, I felt compelled to

converse with someone else interested, involved, and caring about these facinating wild birds.

I become attached to them, tho from a distance, as, like you know, they like to be in the wild.

My experiences with them, 2 years apart, is rewarding, and educational.

Sharon

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Message Number: 507 - Tuesday, July 24, 2018 10:06:19 PDT
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Name:  Lisa
City:  Ardsley, NY
State/ Province:  Ny
Country:  usa
Comments:

I am very happy with our find you. I.have been "managing"

Geese at my neighborhood pond all alone. I have made two rescued with the help.of rehabbers

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Message Number: 506 - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 22:11:14 PDT
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Name:  kimberly redditt
City:  vicksburg
State/ Province:  mississippi
Country:  u.s.a.
Comments:

hello thank you all for the great poems and stories. I have a pond across the road in front of my house. and every year a pair of geese nest here and it's so exciting to see the little ones and watch them grow. the parents are so proud..they walk them up and down the roads to show them off. I love watching as the parents teach them and love them. the drake is doing his part by protecting them at all cost. if u even think about getting close he straight up let u know your making a huge mistake je will fight to his death to protect his gaggle.i sometimes wish .people would do the same as far as teaching protection and family values....we should all take lessons from geese....could u imagine how great earth would be

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Message Number: 505 - Monday, April 2, 2018 18:32:39 PDT
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Name:  Julie Rutkowski
City:  Lyndhurst
State/ Province:  Ohio
Country:  United States
Comments:

I love my neighbor geese! i live in northeast ohio across the street from two ponds that were once part of the rough of a golf course. i photograph our goose neighbors quite a bit and i treasure their visits to our yard. i was so happy to find your website and all the helpful info! thank you xoxox canada geese rule!

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Message Number: 504 - Saturday, March 17, 2018 15:51:58 PDT
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Name:  Angela Edwards
City:  JACKSONVILLE
State/ Province:  Florida
Country:  United States
Comments:

I love those Canadian Geese! Don't see how anyone could dislike such great creatures just because they poop too!!! Me and my spouse had the pleasure of rescuing one that was left in it's mothers nest while she took off with the other 3 early hatched siblings. She was just about dead when we found her left in the cold. We called a bird santuary and they screamed SUGAR WATER & HEAT!!!! So that's what we gave for the next 24 hours and to our surprise she began to move and lift her head 2 hours into our treatment. 24 hours later she was trying to move around our living room but kept falling over. 48 hours later she was running all over our living room! We raised her for the next 10 months and we enjoyed every bit of it. We lived on the river where she would learn and watch all the other geese and their behaviors. The day came when she was ready and flew away, not coming back home when I called. It was so sad for us for a few weeks but we knew we had done our job well, she is now somewhere living out her life as she should be with birds like her. We named her Sunshine and we will never be the same since having her in our lives. These birds are awesome and they never attack anyone, they may run at you because they feel threatened but even when they peck or bite at you, their beaks are so dull that there's nothing there to hurt you or draw any blood. So many lies have been told about these beautiful birds there's never a need to fear them unless you are too close... then they'll continually hiss and fly around your head. :-) I wish hunters would have a heart when they needlessly kill them. We now have rescued 1 more and delivered it to the local bird sanctuary. We just love them!!!

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

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

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

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

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