NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - North Little Rock officials say there aren't as many Canada geese camping out at one its parks since a couple of dogs began patrolling the area.
Officials became concerned about the birds after they took up residence and their waste began damaging the park's lake and golf courses. It was decided that a controlled hunt would be held to thin the bird's population, but local residents and animal rights activists protested the move.
After negotiations, officials brought in dogs to scare the geese away.