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There are concerns about Canada geese congregating at Kin Beach in Vernon.

Goose kill still on target in Vernon

Scaled-back operation planned for this year, plus increased beach cleaning

 

The main goose problem, their poop, will also be addressed with an additional $15,000 targeted to clean up the beaches. (Contributed)

Goose kill still on target in Vernon

Scaled-back operation planned for this year, plus increased beach cleaning

 

A pair of geese get dive-bombed by an osprey after they hijacked the nest near Kalamalka Lake over the weekend. (Judy Marsh photo)

Osprey dive-bombs geese who hijacked nest near Oyama

Drone footage captured near Crystal Waters shows a goose nesting higher than usual…

 

Hundreds of geese have once again congregated at Mill Lake Park, despite city efforts to slow the population growth by addling eggs.
Photo: Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News

Animal group takes aim at Vernon’s goose cull

Animal Alliance of Canada urging city to reconsider

Hundreds of geese have once again congregated at Mill Lake Park, despite city efforts to slow the population growth by addling eggs.
Photo: Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News
Geese swim in Okanagan Lake at Kin Beach Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021. (Caitlin Clow - Vernon Morning Star)

Goose cull on target for Vernon

Tight timeline as city prepares to rid beaches of hundreds of birds

Geese swim in Okanagan Lake at Kin Beach Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021. (Caitlin Clow - Vernon Morning Star)
Vernon has agreed to a goose cull to control the over-populated invasive species making a muck of area parks and beaches. (Morning Star file photo)

Vernon pulls trigger on goose cull

City asking neighbours to also help control over-population of geese

Vernon has agreed to a goose cull to control the over-populated invasive species making a muck of area parks and beaches. (Morning Star file photo)
Screenshot from B.C. Conservation video.

VIDEO: Conservation officer swims to free goose entangled in fishing net at B.C. Lake

Officer receives crowd’s applause upon success at Abbotsford’s Mill Lake

Screenshot from B.C. Conservation video.
Geese roam in Parksville Community Park. - File photo

Goose cull proposed in Vernon

Three options to manage bird populations in popular parks pitched to councillors

Geese roam in Parksville Community Park. - File photo