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Posted on: April 26, 2017

Dallas Park and Recreation Statement on Geese Disappearing at White Rock Lake

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Dallas Park and Recreation Department received a citizen report that geese are disappearing from White Rock Lake. Citizens are encouraged to call 911 if they witness the theft or abuse of animal life on park property.

Dallas Park and Recreation Department received a citizen report that geese are disappearing from White Rock Lake. Citizens are encouraged to call 911 if they witness the theft or abuse of animal life on park property.

“Dallas Park and Recreation proactively engages in conserving our city’s native wildlife and flora, green spaces, and ecosystems. The Department continually asks the community’s help in protecting the city’s ecological systems and the health of the flora and fauna on park property,” said Oscar Carmona, Dallas Park and Recreation Assistant Director.

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