May 19, 2013 in City
Associated Press photo

Sasha Sulia, left, and Jason Scarberry, of the Bend Park & Recreation District, look for nesting geese on an island in the Deschutes River up from the Colorado Avenue bridge last month. One of the nonlethal ways used to control the geese population is to smear corn oil on the eggs to prevent them from hatching.

 
 
 
 

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