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But who speaks for the geese?

Advocates seek voice in BU bridge project

The Boston University Bridge (background), adjacent to an area that is frequented by a variety of geese, is slated for a three-year reconstruction project. The Boston University Bridge (background), adjacent to an area that is frequented by a variety of geese, is slated for a three-year reconstruction project. (Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson)
By Jennifer Schwartz
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2008

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Cambridge's white geese have it rough these days. The flock of barn birds that reside on a small swath of land under the Boston University Bridge has survived more than two decades on the grassy banks of the Charles River, despite brutal mutilation by at-large human attackers in 2001, being ousted from their feeding grounds on Magazine Beach in 2004, ... (Full article: 920 words)

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