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Midcoast Lens: Take a gander in South Thomaston

By Christine Simmonds | Feb 11, 2021
Photo by: Christine Simmonds Canada Geese explore an open field in South Thomaston Feb. 5.

South Thomaston — A gaggle of Canada geese explore an open field in South Thomaston Feb. 5.

These birds are often considered a pest species because of the damage they can do to property, along with their aggressive behavior.

The Canada goose is extremely adept at living in areas adapted by humans.

They are often found near fresh water.

Often considered a pest species, Canada Geese search for food in South Thomaston on Feb. 5. (Photo by: Christine Simmonds)
Canada Geese like these, seen in South Thomaston on Feb. 5, are extremely adept at living in areas adapted by humans. (Photo by: Christine Simmonds)
Spotted here in South Thomaston on Feb. 5, Canada Geese are often found near fresh water. (Photo by: Christine Simmonds)
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Comments (1)
Posted by: Scott Simmonds | Feb 11, 2021 16:40

The first picture is either a goose-goose or a goose bump.

Photojournalist ganders at geese.



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