Canada goose freed from frozen sand along Lake Michigan edge

Supplied by Indiana DNR
Indiana Conservation Officers and Porter County firefighters are credited with saving a Canada goose that became frozen in the wet sand along the edge of Lake Michigan at Indiana Dunes State Park.
After freeing the bird, it was taken to a local licensed wildlife rehabilitation and veterinarian’s facility for treatment.
Several Good Samaritans had already attempted to free the goose, without any luck, before the first responders got involved.

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