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Implementing a Humane Egg Addling Program

Implementing a Humane Egg Addling Program

Nora Parker, Goodwill Ambassador & Assistant to President, St. Hubert's

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Rounding up and killing entire flocks of geese has become an all-too-common (and temporary) fix in many communities. Besides being inhumane, it also leaves room for a new flock to move in. Learn how you can help minimize human-goose conflicts by implementing a humane egg addling program to keep Canada goose populations down.

Nora Parker is St. Hubert’s Goodwill Ambassador and Asst. to the CEO. She has been on board since 1977 in a variety of programmatic roles and has enjoyed being a part of the organization’s evolution to the forefront of life-saving initiatives and the development of community outreach services. She has taken the Egg Addling training and is an egg-addling coach. She’s guided both staff members and municipal employees through the relatively easy process of implementing addling as the humane approach to living in harmony with Canada Geese.   

Questions? Contact Matt Wildman, [email protected]

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