Wisconsin Town Uses Flat Thinking to Solve Geese Problem

City leaders in Stevens Point, Wisc., are using cardboard cutouts of dogs to keep flocks of geese away from their parks.
0:31 | 08/28/14

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-- -- also making huge mess in parts of central Wisconsin not those dogs were talking about gaggle with the peace. Barely being other special mark on outdoor areas as experts that come up with the latest get a mop. Yeah without hurting and they places cardboard cut -- of dogs he saw there they are. And targeting areas hoping that they will shooting -- away the problem here is the dogs are so popular Eric. They've been stolen -- without great idea apparently 200 tonight the -- -- -- -- next time guys.

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