We've had a goose problem at the Celery Farm the past few months.
A domestic meat goose appeared unannounced -- likely dropped off by some clueless person.
Two things: It's a domestic goose and it's really doesn't belong in its current home.
What's more, it can't fly, so it can't leave, and when the first big freeze, the goose will likely be a Coyote or Red Fox entree du jour.
Gabrielle Schmitt, one of the Celery Farm's best friends, has been trying to catch the goose and take it to a place where it belongs. That's easier said than done, since Lake Appert is large and meat goose is clueless.
It doesn't swim away from humans, but it doesn't swim toward them either. It doesn't even respond to alluring meat goose calls (that's Gaby on the left summoning the meat goose with a recorded call).
We'll keep you informed of the meat goose's fate.
It even has a name -- Meaty McMeat Goose. Now it needs a home (and a rescue).