Your Tax Dollars Built A Fence For Ducks

Aaron goes to Alton Baker Park in Eugene Oregon to find a new duck fence. Must be those federal stimulus dollars flying around.

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Patty says ... on Thursday, Jan 7 at 6:58 PM

my son in law helped to build an enclosure for wild turtles on the feds bill! poor turtles!

gosh_bro says ... on Sunday, Jan 10 at 2:26 PM

yeah, sucky, good point - well articulated.

tyler says ... on Monday, Jan 11 at 12:02 PM

giveme sends

Danielle Castro says ... on Monday, Jan 11 at 12:36 PM

Thank God they put up the fence. Feeding the ducks may have been fun, but it has caused the ducks to become deformed and malnurished. Several articles covered this bird heath issue within the last year. The fence is a way to save these poor animals.

Chris says ... on Friday, Jan 15 at 8:43 AM

"Feeding the ducks may have been fun, but it has caused the ducks to become deformed and malnurished. The fence is a way to save these poor animals" So exactly how does the fence stop people from tossing food and trash over the fence?

Collette says ... on Sunday, Jan 17 at 10:56 AM

Deformed and malnurished ducks didn't have anything to do with our polluted water systems?? And what does this say about the nutrition of our food? Just another band-aide!

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