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NWCOA Goose Academy Set For June

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The two-day, hands-on workshop will take place in Indianapolis, June 14-15.

| April 17, 2013

INDIANAPOLIS - The National Wildlife Control Operators Association's (NWCOA) Goose Academy will take place June 14-15 at Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis, the association announced. 

The two-day, hands-on workshop will instruct attendees on the tools and techniques to control nuisance Canada Geese in private and commercial environments, organizers said. The course is taught by instructors Stephen Vantassel, of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Vikki Rawe, of Tri-State Wildlife Management.

Learn more at nwcoa.com or email executivedirector@nwcoa.com.

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