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Old 08-19-2013, 11:21 AM   #1
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Walmart overnight

Woodbury Minn. the geese spent the night.
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Old 08-19-2013, 11:26 AM   #2
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The Twin Cities area is OVERRUN with Canada Geese! They are of course in a no shooting zone and they well know it. They poop all over our golf courses, parking lots, driveways, parks, ect.

When I was a kid it was a rarity to see Canada Honkers. Now there are millions! We also have large numbers of wild Turkeys as well. Just followed one down our wooded drive. They poop all over my grass and the apron in front of the garage.

I think it's time to expand the seasons and bag limit.
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Old 08-19-2013, 11:30 AM   #3
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Wait! I think one of them has his jacks down and slides out.

Is that allowed?

Sorry. Couldn't resist.

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They can't take off, because they'd have to extend their awnings (wings) to do so and the Walmart police would jump all over them for a 'camping' violation!
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nothing a well trained border collie can't take care of...goose dogs they are called... handlers bring them in at different times through the days and weeks so the geese don't get used to them at particular times and will decided elsewhere is a better place to hangout/nest. My Bess has an expert brother who does this in the golf clubs and different places in the KC area. His name is Bruce and I just about brought him home instead Bess when I was meeting and looking at the dogs when they were pups. Bess is a duck dog instead... she rounds up my ducks for me.
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I cant hep but notice you need "Border" Collies for the "Canada" geese.
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Geese, what geese officer? I do not know where the feathers came from! What is in the oven, oh that is just a turkey!!!
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The worst part is that they dump their holding tank everywhere.
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The worst part is that they dump their holding tank everywhere.
And they leave the dreaded pyramids all over!
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