In the spring and summer, we’re used to seeing geese near lakes and parks, but a growing goose population in Lakeville has the city taking tougher measures to control their numbers.
December represents a Minnesota tradition – the late goose hunt. Since there are so many, I joined Pete Schmitz this week for a journey into the field.
More than 1,000 people with hopes of smashing a world record gathered in Kenosha for a giant game of Duck, Duck, Goose.
The fake alligator head floating in a pond didn’t fool the ducks in a Twin Cities area suburb, but it was enough to trick their witless feathered friends.
Fergus Falls police have been fielding calls about a live Canadian goose that has a blow dart in its head.
There is something beautiful about a Canada goose, swimming majestically in one of Minnesota’s lakes. But there is something less-than-beautiful about the deposits those geese leave all over our bike paths and walking trails.
I’m an animal lover, but I hate geese.
A Roseville father and son got quite a surprise when they headed outside to enjoy the Minnesota weather. A goose settled on the second-floor balcony at Jabari Barner’s condo and not for a short stay.
CBS news correspondent Steve Hartman shares a strange story of best friends…..a retired Los Angeles man and a goose at the park he visits.