Sefton Park goose needed rescuing after getting beak wedged in drinks can

Sefton Park goose needed rescuing after getting beak wedged in drinks can
 

A goose was rescued from Sefton Park lake after its beak became wedged in a drinks can.
Shocked walkers contacted the RSPCA after seeing the bird bleeding and with the can hanging from its beak.
Gene Willock said he and his partner were walking round the lake when they spotted the goose.
He said: “At first I thought it had a plastic wrapper in it’s mouth but when I looked the bottom half of its beak was actually wedged through the hole in a drinks can.
“The can was sort of twisted so it might have been in the lake a while before the goose had picked it up.
“The goose was bleeding and it had... read more

 
2 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 36
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