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Geese on the Cedar

  • Canada geese congregate by the hundreds on or near the open water below the dam on the east side of the Main Street bridge in Charles City. Some tuck their heads under a wing for warmth while others paddle about blithely in the frigid water. Press photo by Thomas Nelson

  • Canada geese congregate by the hundreds on or near the open water below the dam on the east side of the Main Street bridge in Charles City. Some tuck their heads under a wing for warmth while others paddle about blithely in the frigid water. Press photo by Thomas Nelson

Press Staff Report

A gaggle of Canada Geese have made the Cedar River in Charles City their home for several weeks.

The geese could move a little further south, weather depending, said Floyd County Conservation Naturalist Heidi Reams.

The time the geese spend in Charles City is undetermined.

They are expected to stay around as long as part of the river is open and they have ample food.

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