Leave the geese and wildlife alone

I am really amazed why so many people agree to a goose cull. When will it end?

I am really amazed why so many people agree to a goose cull. When will it end?

First it was seals, now it’s to be wolves and geese. I guess next it will be raccoons and don’t forget the deer.

I suggest if people don’t want to learn to live with our wildlife, move somewhere else, maybe across the water to the concrete jungle.

It is strange how they will agree to an oil pipeline that could destroy our oceans and people’s livelihood with a spill from huge tankers that take three miles to stop.

I love Vancouver Island and the pleasure of seeing the wildlife roam free and don’t want to see it change.

Pauline CummingsQualicum Beach

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