Fairhope geese removed from duck pond, fate unknown
FAIRHOPE, Alabama -- Forty-one geese were removed from the Municipal Beach duck pond to reduce water pollution more than a week before the city's Environmental Advisory Board was scheduled to discuss the problem.
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#1 Aug 25, 2012
There is undoubtedly a school of red herring lurking below the surface. Could it be the "cat people " whispering into the ears of our Fairhope leaders?
#2 Aug 30, 2012
Guntersville has the same problem. Removing several hundred wouldn't even put a dent in the population. Those pest's only purpose in life is to eat,sleep,breed, poop,molt,and be a pain in the azz. It's bad enough to be choked up with water weeds, but to have the geese is a double problem.
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