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The history of N.D. geese

May 18, 2014
By KIM FUNDINGSLAND - Staff Writer ( , Minot Daily News

UPPER SOURIS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - Canada geese are one of the most abundant and recognizable waterfowl in North Dakota. It wasn't always that way. The large birds with the telltale white cheek patch and unmistakable honking sounds that are seen and heard in the Minot region today are likely the result of early efforts by Fish and Wildlife Service employees at Upper Souris NWR.



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