"News & Issues" piece on a proposal by the Atlantic Flyway Council, a federal ad
"News & Issues" piece on a proposal by the Atlantic Flyway Council, a federal advisory group, that would reduce the population of resident Canada geese along the Atlantic coast by more than a third within five years by extending the hunting season, using scare tactics, and even altering their habitat. The year-round, fixed Canada goose population in communities from Canada to northern Florida is estimated at 1.1 million. With reference to a flock of Canada geese in Bridgton that prompted so many complaints they were shot earlier this year by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.
Davis, Jay, ""News & Issues" piece on a proposal by the Atlantic Flyway Council, a federal ad" (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3936.
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