Danielle-Marie Redsky's worried about the safety of geese at Kenora's waterfront. Redsky says one -- in particular -- is suffering from a broken wing.
"My concern is people might be pulling... might be injuring those animals. I don't think that's right," she said.
"I guess they looked at it, and they said that bird is going to die here," she added.
A local animal rehab facility has been contacted.
While the goose with the broken wing isn't expected to migrate this fall, another goose with an injured foot is expected to make the trip.