Red, white and blue? Try gray and gooey
Early Monday, don’t be surprised if you hear what sounds like gunshots in the area of Lake Clementia. The Rancho Murieta Association will be setting off propane blasters to frighten the Canada geese that have taken up residence there, befouling the beach, grass and sidewalks -- the site of July 4 fun. Sunday morning found more than 100 geese on the beach and grass, and they weren’t terribly afraid of humans. Droppings were everywhere, as seen below. RMA plans a range of approaches to dislodge the geese, as outlined in an announcement earlier Sunday. On Saturday, a neighbor posted a Forums thank-you to a friend who saved an 8-year-old’s birthday party from goose poop.
From the archives:
- Video: Country Club hires four-legged help to control geese (Dec. 19, 2008)
Well, we made the news on Channel 40 at 5:00 today!!!!!!
Thank you Rod and crew for all your efforts to clean up the mess....
Happy 4th to all
Jay and I were at the lake chatting with Nick and he asked me if I wanted to be interviewed by Channel 40 News....that I would be famous... I said...maybe infamous....so declined!!