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June 25, 2012 / V A Nichols

City parks could become scene of terrible tragedy

This is East Lake Park, the largest of the three parks where geese will be killed.

Today there are 26 geese at East Lake Park.

Address: 1st Avenue North & Oporto-Madrid Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35206

This is Avondale Park. This park is farthest from the Birmingham Airport.

Today there are 21 geese at Avondale Park.

Address: 4101 5th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35222

And this is W. C.  Patton Park. This is the most new of the three parks.

Today there are 60 geese at W. C. Patton park.

Address: 3969 14th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35234

 

These lovely landscapes will become the scene of a terrible tragedy if we do nothing. Please brainstorm with us at protectingbhamgeese@gmail.com

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