University of Waterloo tries dog patrol to fight goose problem

Canada Geese are notorious on campus at the University of Waterloo. This year, the school is trying some new ways to control the goose population, including a daily dog patrol.
A pair of Canada Geese. The University of Waterloo is trying new ways to fight the geese problem on campus, including using dog patrols and asking students to tweet in nest locations.

It's spring. That means longer days, warmer weather, and for Canada Geese, it's nesting season.

The Canada Geese that have taken up residence at the University of Waterloo are famous, in part because they don't hesistate to defend their nesting areas from perceived intruders.