where are the canadian geese? does anyone know a site that tracks the migration?
There are a bunch down here at Y-12 (the place where they made the A-bombs to bomb Japan). They're having a huge problem with them. I'm interning with a guy in their wildlife division and we go around addling eggs and doing yearly goose roundups.honker said:
We do have plenty of resident geese, and we do our best to exterminate as many as possible.The Southern James Bay Population (SJBP) of Canada geese nests along the southwestern shore of James Bay in Ontario and on Akimiski Island in James Bay, a portion of the Northwest Territories. Spring surveys on the breeding grounds indicate the population has fluctuated at a relatively low level, ranging from 77,345 in 1993 to 136,623 in 1999. No trend in population size is evident. On Akimiski Island, evidence from band recoveries suggests that mortality of young prior to the onset of the sport-hunting season has been high. There is also some suggestion that nesting habitats are being negatively impacted by rapidly expanding populations of staging snow geese. The Service and the Mississippi and Atlantic Flyway Councils remain concerned about the Southern James Bay population, and efforts to limit the harvest of this population will continue until a better understanding of the factors affecting population growth is obtained and population recovery is well under way.