Facebook page helps rescue injured goose

An unusual animal-rescue operation took place today in Nutley. Jamie Myre and Meghan Brophy, who regularly feed ducks and geese at Memorial Park, say that

NUTLEY - An unusual animal-rescue operation took place today in Nutley. Jamie Myre and Meghan Brophy, who regularly feed ducks and geese at Memorial Park, say that about a month ago they noticed a goose that was missing a foot. The girls launched a Facebook page dedicated to the goose, who they named "Henry." They posted pictures and videos publicizing his plight, which eventually got the attention of Associated Humane Societies.

Today, the organization came to Nutley and took "Henry" to a new home at the Popcorn Park Zoo.

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