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Central Park Conservancy and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation piloted a one-month program using an environmentally-safe method to attempt to reduce the number of geese in Central Park. The first step of the process included… more.

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Central Park Conservancy and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation piloted a one-month program using an environmentally-safe method to attempt to reduce the number of geese in Central Park. The first step of the process included herding- but never touching or attacking- the geese with highly-trained border collies. Skilled trainers led two border collies in driving the geese away from the Park’s lawns and water bodies throughout the month of April.

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