Andrew Haydon Park
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Migrating Canada geese and shorebirds stop over along the marshy edges of the river near the park. Resident Canada geese also inhabit the park's two ponds resulting in the common feces problem associated with geese in parks.
The landscape-architect Donald W. Graham worked on this project.
Dogs are permitted on leash as pilot project for a period of one year (2009-2010) and will be continued onto 2010-2011 if there are no problems.
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