Saturday, June 02, 2012

Nesting area temporarily less bad for Charles River White Geese

Passing by the Nesting Area of the Charles River White Geese yesterday, June 1, 2012, I was pleased to see some whites exploring the introduced bushes.

This afternoon, June 2, 2012, the situation was impressive. The middle portion of the introduced bushes abutting the native vegetation on the northern side of the destruction zone was filled with White Geese.

The adults were exploring in a very large group, hesitating to go far into the new area. They sought safety in numbers.

Three adolescent goslings were more adventuresome. They were wandering further into the introduced bushes looking for food. They were accompanied by the usual threesome: mother, father and babysitter.

The situation inflicted on the Charles River White Geese by the bureaucrats and the falsely named Charles River “Conservancy” has been nothing less than outrageous. Starting in 2003, when the CRC started destroying the environment for the bureaucrats, all ground vegetation between the BU Bridge and the BU Boathouse has been destroyed with very limited exception. Nothing grew back, so they would appear to have not only destroyed the ground vegetation but poisoned the ground. The entire area, formerly lush, was converted to an artificially created desert with no vegetation for protection or food.

The Charles River White Geese have been deliberately starved by the bureaucrats since September 2004 with the first of the many outrageous and bizarre projects at Magazine Beach. The introduced wall / impenetrable thicket has since then barred their access to their food for most of the last 30 years in the Magazine Beach playing fields.

The bizarre thicket / wall is the only bordering vegetation in the Charles River Basin which is not destroyed twice a year by the CRC. It has a purpose. The manager has bragged that it starves the Charles River White Geese.

The soon to be thicket, now, looks quite good but the branches of introduced bushes very clearly are growing rapidly and will soon intertwine. Grass has been sewn and is starting to grow. Grass is impossible in the rest of the area, given the outrages inflicted since the CRC started environmental destruction for the Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Right now, the situation is good, but right now is the time to prevent the next outrage.

It is the published goal of the DCR to kill off all animals living in the Charles River Basin. The euphemism is “parkland” and their secret definition of “parkland.” Pretty much all projects are used by the DCR to forward their reprehensible goal of animal killing.

Just last fall, they succeeded in killing off hundreds of valuable, beautiful animals as part of their bizarre destruction at Alewife.

They are assisted by the con games of the fake groups, telling folks to look at everything except the important stuff. The fake neighborhood association has shouted down objection to heartless animal abuse.

As I left, one of the workers for the Charles River Urban Wilds Initiative came in with food.

The Charles River Urban Wilds Initiative has been feeding the Charles River White Geese since the inflicted starvation started in September 2004.

And the most visible cheerleader, the Charles River “Conservancy” is seeking money from decent people to continue their fights for these outrages, while bragging of helping out swimming which, in turn translates into that outrageous introduced wall starving the Charles River White Geese at Magazine Beach.