City deals with scourge of geese on beach
With flowering rush at least temporarily under control, the next front in the war for the mile-long Detroit Lakes City Beach is to go after the geese and ducks that sometimes flock there.
“I think there are about 30 geese this year — it’s kind of a mess, but we are trying to do something about that,” said Detroit Lakes Public Works Director Brad Green.
“It’s a tough spot to be in, because we have to follow the laws — they are a protected migratory waterfowl.”
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