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Cops in China replace guard dogs with geese

Xinjiang - Police in rural parts of China's Xingjiang Province have replaced the use of guard dogs. Instead, they are using flocks of geese to warn them if there is an intruder.
In the Media by Jonathan Lam - 1 comment

For former James Bond, foie gras is a dish best served not at all

First it was the state of California, which banned foie gras on July 1. Now, French foie gras producers face a more formidable opponent. His name is Moore, Sir Roger Moore, the British actor famous for his role as James Bond in no less than seven movies.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Photo Essay: The beauty of Long Hunter State Park Special

Nashville - Long Hunter State Park, located in Nashville, TN is a popular destination for locals. With hiking trails running alongside both J. Percy Priest Lake and Couchville Lake, it is an ideal place for photographers and outdoors enthusiasts alike.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain - 3 comments

Photo Essay: Waterfowl in honor of Ducks Unlimited's anniversary Special

Bella Vista - The nonprofit organization Ducks Unlimited was established in 1937 and 2012 marks its 75th anniversary. As they are beneficiaries of DU's role as the world's leader in waterfowl conservation, a number of ducks and geese "posed" for photographs.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 4 comments

Birds flock to frozen marshes at new hide in RSPB Titchwell Special

Hunstanton - Hundreds of geese, duck and swans are now flocking to feed at the reserve at Titchwell Marsh for the harsh winter on the Norfolk coastal marshlands in the UK.
Digital Journal Report by Kev Hedges - 1 comment

Institutional facility becomes maternity ward for geese Special

Guelph - An institutional building in Guelph, Ontario has adopted a second function this spring. This year its roof is home to a breeding pair of Canada geese, their nest and a 'clutch' of four eggs.
Digital Journal Report by Betty Kowall - 1 comment

NYC is preparing to trap and kill up to 2,000 Canadian Geese

This summer, in an attempt to avoid collisions like the one that caused US Airways Airbus A320 to crash into the Hudson River in January, New York City is going to trap and kill up to 2,000 Canadian Geese.
In the Media by Kera Ellingson - 3 comments

Ikea drops live-plucked Chinese down bedding from shops

Swedish furniture giant Ikea is phasing out its Mysa-brand down bedding from all its shops - because the down may come from Chinese fowl which were plucked while the animals were still alive. China produces 80% of the world's down and feathers.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 2 comments

Airports Try Falcons to Keep Birds Away

One plane accident after another is blamed on birds who fly into the plane's engines, usually causing it to crash. But now, one man with a bird he loves may have come up with an environmentally friendly way to stop this from happening.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg

Geese Pose Big Risk at Northeast US Airports

Was it big birds that got into both engines of the US Airways jet that landed in the Hudson River Thursday? Officials say it's more than likely.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg - 3 comments
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Two Graylag Geese.  Bella Vista  AR  2/21/12
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