Goose struck with arrow being treated at LSU Vet school
UPDATE: This morning Animal Control was able to capture the goose and take it to the LSU Vet school.
BATON ROUGE - People gathered at the LSU lakes to check out a bird late Tuesday afternoon. But it's not a white pelican or a pink flamingo, rather it's a goose that's been struck by an arrow.
A crowd started to gather at the lakes off North Dalrymple Road around 4:30 p.m. as more people began to take notice of the wounded bird.
Concerned citizens and Animal Control tried to capture the bird but were unsuccessful. The goose eventually flew away with its flock.
It's unclear when or where the bird was shot.
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