Two speckled geese, who were relocated because of a rejuvenation project, returned to Deniliquin's McFaull Park lagoon on Friday.TYLA HARRINGTON January 21, 2014 8:48am
Local scientist John Conallin and Local Land Services project officer Josh Campbell releasing speckled geese.
Two speckled geese were returned to their home on Friday morning – Deniliquin’s McFaull Park lagoon.
Local scientist John Conallin relocated the geese to his family farm during the rejuvenation of the lagoon.
They were relocated to prevent them eating plants before they were established, and Dr John welcomed their return.
The geese, along with the town’s ducks, are well known residents of Deniliquin’s lagoons.
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