Activists: Town of North Hempstead's plan to euthanize geese is inhumane

Animal activists were out in full force tonight in New Hyde Park to protest a controversial plan to eliminate the local goose population. Officials with

Officials with the Town of North Hempstead want

Officials with the Town of North Hempstead want to kill of hundreds of Canada geese by shipping them to a food processing plant. (May 14, 2013 10:38 PM)

Animal activists were out in full force tonight in New Hyde Park to protest a controversial plan to eliminate the local goose population. Officials with the Town of North Hempstead voted to consider a plan to kill of hundreds of Canada geese by shipping them to a food processing plant, where they would be euthanized. The geese would be herded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture wildlife specialist....

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North Hempstead Geese Gassing

A meeting is being held on the Town of North Hempstead's Canada geese euthanization plan on May 14 at 7:30 p.m. at North Hempstead Town Hall (220 Plandome Road, Manhasset, NY 11030)

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The Town of North Hempstead has approved a N. Hempstead plans to get rid of geese using gas

The USDA still must review the plan and rule that the town has done enough