Family of geese saved from cull and rehomed
The mother, father and their three offspring have been taken to live on a plantation in Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, owned by a bird lover who keeps hundreds of birds and does not want to be named.
According to BBC, “the Canada Geese, living in the private Meadowlake Close, Lincoln, were under threat because their mess was deemed to pose a health risk. The cull initiated by the street's management company was put on hold after a resident described it as cruel.”
Source: BBC News
Photo by: John Romkey