Success of Resident Canada Geese on National Wildlife Refuges in the Southeast

Resident flocks have become a hope for retaining wild Canada geese in the South. A history is presented of eight such flocks which were attempted on national wildlife refuges. Habitat requirements, management techniques, and significant problems are discussed. Successful flocks now established on five of the eight refuges are providing considerable public enjoyment.

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