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Canada Geese (Branta canadiensis) take flight on a January morning in Indiana. Although they are often considered to be pests, Canada Geese are native to North America and nearly went extinct at the end of the 19th century. Saved in part by the enactment of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, their success today is not only proof that we can save species from extinction when we act on their behalf, but is also a testament to Mother Nature's resilience.
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