Parks and paths too full of geese
Now that the midterms are over, it’s time to move onto more important things. Recently I was riding my bike along the river on the Franklin County side. Part of the ride was through Wade Park (Road 40 - Road 52).
It was a beautiful day, and I noticed the mass numbers of geese feeding in the grass areas. Now, I like birds and wildlife as much as the next guy, but the problem with a lot of geese is a lot of feces. It tends to make the park much less desirable for use, which goes against the idea of an outdoor recreation area.
In this day and age, one would think that someone would come up with a product that is both safe and biodegradable that could be applied to the grass that geese would find distasteful and deter them from feeding there.
Please smart person, come to the rescue.
Tony Schouviller, Pasco