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LOVE CANADA GEESE/ CANADA GOOSE HALL OF SHAME

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Message Number: 101 - Monday, October 19, 2020 19:18:07 PDT
Posted From: Canada - ca.gif
Name:  Kat
City:  Valemount
State/ Province:  BC
Country:  Canada
Comments:

Thank you for all your wonderful information about Canada Geese! I also love and appreciate them.

Kat

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Message Number: 100 - Tuesday, September 8, 2020 10:33:09 PDT
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Name:  Cheri Renee
City:  Pasadena
State/ Province:  Maryland
Country:  United States
Comments:

Hi!! I am new to getting to know geese but have come to love many of them, especially Pearl, Slide and Blue. Their personalities are all so different and many of them now greet me as soon as they see me. They often wait for me in the morning and sing a song for food. I would love to know how I can help their cause. Thanks 😊

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Message Number: 99 - Sunday, September 6, 2020 15:51:04 PDT
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Name:  Jaelynne Muir
City:  Columbus
State/ Province:  Ohio
Country:  US
Comments:

Hello, I am Jaelynne and I have autism and Canada geese are my special interest. I have a pair that live in the pond outside my apartment. I've spent time with them learning about them. From what I observed Canada geese are highly intelligent creatures and they can read our facial expressions. They have gotten used to me and come up to me when they see me. I just can't see how anyone could hate these sweet creatures.

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Message Number: 98 - Thursday, August 13, 2020 02:16:01 PDT
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Name:  Jan Walden
City:  Belmont
State/ Province:  MA
Country:  United States
Comments:

My heart is broken. Over the spring and summer I fell in love with a Canada goose family at Walden Pond in Concord, MA. About 5 weeks ago Papa goose was killed, either by fishing line or thrown rocks. Mama goose was completely traumatized and was not eating. She was always watching, watching, terrified, extremely stressed to protect her 4 young ones. I didn't know what to do. I was sad, upset and angry. I finally realized she was probably very hungry. I brought her some sunflower seeds (unsalted, shelled). She ate them like it was her first meal in days--which it probably was. Over the next few weeks we became close friends. She ran like crazy towards me when she saw me coming, her wings spread out and her eyes bright with happiness. This past Sunday, August 9th, one of the juveniles (now grown almost as big as she is) disappeared. Yesterday, August 12th, Mama goose disappeared. Her three remaining juveniles spent hours flying over the pond, honking for her. I was and am devastated. There are a

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Message Number: 97 - Wednesday, July 8, 2020 12:46:38 PDT
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Name:  Joan Cuadra
City:  Visalia
State/ Province:  CA
Country:  United States
Comments:

I love your site and have learned a lot about Canadian geese. Thank you. Joan Cuadra

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Message Number: 96 - Monday, June 22, 2020 08:28:22 PDT
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Name:  Sam
City:  Buffalo
State/ Province:  NY
Comments:

Hi! I came across your website looking for information about gang brooding in canada geese and I am completely enchanted by it! I love the canada goose art and all the stories, thank you for maintaining it!

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Message Number: 95 - Monday, June 15, 2020 10:08:53 PDT
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Name:  Ryan Bleecher
City:  Castaic
State/ Province:  CA
Country:  United States
Comments:

I love Canada Geese and will always support protecting and caring for these majestic a d loving birds

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Message Number: 94 - 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

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