N.J. county enlists feds to trim Canada goose population

06/24/2010 | BucksLocalNews.com (Yardley, Pa.)

The Canada goose population in New Jersey is about double the ideal number for the state's size, prompting officials in one county to call in the feds. Under a U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services program, federal workers will launch a program to capture and euthanize geese throughout the state, using AVMA-approved procedures. The same program last year resulted in the capture and death of 1,900 Canada geese.

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