Our parks, beaches and community areas serve as places for friends, families, and people of all ages to gather. They help weave us together as communities and add to our quality of life.
Unfortunately, bacteria, viruses and algae harm our public areas and prevent us from interacting safely with nature and each other.
Waste from waterfowl is one source that disturbs the safety of the public. Feeding breadcrumbs and leaving trash in the area attract waterfowl. This is not only harmful to the communities of waterfowl. But each Canada goose can leave up to 2 pounds of droppings a day, times that by the hundreds that populate our urban areas and we have a serious issue.
You can help by taking the Healthy Habitat Pledge!
Comments or questions are welcome.