Sequim spraying goose repellant on park grounds



SEQUIM, Wash. (AP) — The city of Sequim (skwim) spent $4,000 to buy 16 gallons of goose repellant.

City employees are spraying parks to deter Canada geese that foul the grounds with their droppings.

The Peninsula Daily News reports ( ) the repellant, called Migrate, is made from grape seeds and other ingredients that the maker says are nontoxic to plants, people and pets.


Information from: Peninsula Daily News,