Animals: Geese in a Greenhouse

Stories of migratory wild fowl mistaking gleaming highways for water and landing on them to their own destruction have become fairly common. In Carthage, Mo. last week a stranger accident occurred. A flock of wild geese mistook the sparkling panes of a greenhouse for a pond, swooped down, dived in. Guy Tadlock, owner of the greenhouse, found 50 panes of glass broken, his nursery full of honking, flapping geese. He slid back the frames, shooed the birds out.


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