Girl Scout troop warns about feeding ducks

A Girl Scout troop in Milford is getting the word out about the dangers of feeding the ducks. The Daisy troop installed boxes around the

Troop leaders say people food can cause health problems for ducks and geese.

Troop leaders say people food can cause health problems for ducks and geese. (8/4/16)

MILFORD - A Girl Scout troop in Milford is getting the word out about the dangers of feeding the ducks.

The Daisy troop installed boxes around the ponds near City Hall that contain pamphlets with information from the state Department of Energy and Environment Protection.
     
Troop leaders say people food can cause health problems for ducks and geese.

They say the Girl Scouts raised all the money they needed for the project.

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