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Manitoba news: Province investigating viral post alleging goslings stolen [Video]

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The province is investigating a viral post on social media alleging a woman in Winnipeg stolen goslings away from their mother.

The post claims a woman took two goslings from a mother goose in the Transcona area of the city. A spokesperson for the province confirmed conservation officers are investigating the complaint.

Zoe Nakata, the executive director at Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre, said it’s quite concerning.

She said the best place for baby animals to be is with their own mothers in their own habitat.

“Even in an urban setting, even where we think it’s very busy, parking lots, the parents generally do know what to do,” she said. “They are the experts, let’s let them do their thing.”

She said removing goslings from their mother can have ‘cascading’ health impacts. She said the birds can develop weak wings and nutritional deficiencies. This could leave them unable to migrate south.

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