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Message Number: 91 - Sat, Oct 28, 2023 13:12:20
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Name:  Danny Carr
City:  Frisco
State/ Province:  Texas
Country:  USA

We have goose that is living in our pond. It can’t fly and has very sad right leg, that appears the joint has no stability. When it moves the leg will swing forward but when pressure, or its weight is transferred to it, the joint flexes forward and backward uncontrollably.
We feel it will die this winter with no natural food.
We are supplementing it grass diet with peanuts and bird seed.
It’s very sad to watch it move around.

Message Number: 90 - Sat, Jul 8, 2023 11:18:03
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Name:  Carolina
City:  Mount Pleasant
State/ Province:  SC
Country:  United States
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I love love love Canada geese! I would like to attract them to the pond where I live. I put out cracked corn daily and have lots of ducks. I used to love in an area that had lots of Canada geese. They would eat out of my hand. They knew I loved them. They brought their babies to meet me every Spring. I had to move last year - a couple miles away but they haven’t found me…
I miss them and love them so much. Occasionally I go visit them and give them a bit of cracked corn but that area is not very friendly to the geese, so I don’t go often…

Message Number: 89 - Tue, Jun 20, 2023 02:10:55
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Name:  John Rich
City:  Bristol
Country:  UK

Love your website. Lots to read and so refreshing to meet fellow geese lovers..

Message Number: 88 - Fri, Apr 21, 2023 17:21:43
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Name:  Carma Parker
City:  Marion
State/ Province:  OH
Country:  United States

We have an acre pond and a small island with a tree in the middle. We have a pair that she has her nest on. She has 6 eggs. We also have deer that come every night which we have been giving them corn every evening for 3 years. I think that is why they pick this location. We noticed this pair of Geese coming all last year and even in winter. I am so glad they nested here. Tonight another pair came and tried to attack the mother while father was away. We tired to help her until dad came and fought them. Every morning I get up and put corn and duck food out now. Hopefully we will be seeing their young soon and thriving. This post was very helpful because I was worried how long she was off her nest trying to defend them. She went back on her nest so hopefully all is well.

Message Number: 87 - Tue, Mar 14, 2023 19:27:21
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Name:  Pat
City:  Colbert
State/ Province:  Wa
Country:  Spokane

Hi - I’m new - and yes I love 💕 them . I would like to be a rehabilitation sanctuary someday - any advice?