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Goose roundup at Smithville Lake has ties to conservation history

Written By:
Bill Graham

Smithville Lake, Mo. -- Science and conservation history merge at Smithville Lake every June when buckaroos in boats roundup giant Canada geese. The geese are a large-bodied subspecies once considered extinct in the United States until a few small remnant populations were discovered. Thanks to restoration efforts, the geese made major strides toward a remarkable recovery at property now within the lake’s public land boundaries.
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