Scene in Lynnwood: Goose crossing

Geese stop traffic as they cross Cedar Valley Road near 200th Street Southwest in Lynnwood last week. (Photo by Teresa Wippel)
  1. We need signs as I’ve seen in Edmonds, warning motorists that particular spots are bird crossings. One time, should be enough, in my opinion. BTW Does Lynnwood intend to allow the destruction of Scriber Lake? That is the location from which this mama goose and her babies are coming. The Lake is a very popular gathering place for our Canadians and a variety of ducks. Had to stop years ago, around the corner on 200th for a mother duck and her ducklings. One was hit and killed before motorists stopped entirely to let them safely cross.

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