Goose Roundup

From Outdoor Journal

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Topics: geese

Keeping tabs on our wildlife populations is key to not only preserving various species, but also to keeping track of habitat quality. When it comes to goose management, one way to keep tabs on these birds is through banding programs. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department holds an annual Goose Roundup every summer at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area where volunteers spend a day herding and banding geese.

  • Dead Creek Waterfowl Refuge, 802-759-2398
  • Goose Roundup Information, 802-878-1564


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