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The Bend Parks Department needs your help in chasing geese out of the parks.  Specifically, Park officials are looking for "well"trained dogs that can chase waterfowl.   Park Services Manager Paul Stell says the geese hazing program is an ongoing effort: “If we can get that to work, then we won't be forced into a situation where we will have to euthanize birds. We have had to do that in the past, and we would prefer to avoid that.” Stell says because of concerns about park users safety, the District only wants to enlist dogs that will stop and return on command. They don't want people being knocked over by out of control dogs. They are also interested in people who will help oil eggs to help prevent eggs from hatching. If you can help out, call the Bend Parks District.

 

 

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