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From the Fall 2000 Issue

WILDLIFE WATCH CONTINUES TO SAVE GEESE AT RINGWOOD STATE PARK

(Photo-left: Ringwood ranger escorts Marilyn away from hunters.  She was there to treat wounded geese (illegally!) )

While we were there, the few flocks who flew overhead were diverted from landing at the decoy-strewn area behind the stone wall by loud sound blasts from a megaphone.

 

(Right: Campers being turned away from THEIR park during hunting .)

Sadly, there were geese killed in other areas. Gunfire ripped through the peaceful setting and grenade-type explosions were heard.

(Photo-left: Bicyclists being turned away from THEIR park during hunting.)

Although we hadn't heard it before, semi-automatics were being used legally in the park.

(Photos from video by Anne Muller)

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