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    Geese browse in the grass by the boat launch on Tuesday along the shores of Maranacook Lake at Norcross Point in Winthrop.

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    Geese browse in the grass by the boat launch on Tuesday along the shores of Maranacook Lake at Norcross Point in Winthrop, where residents and visitors have expressed concern about the excrement produced by the birds.

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    Signs advise visitors not to feed the geese along the shores of Maranacook Lake at Winthrop Town Beach.

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    A plastic coyote keeps watch to scare off geese on Tuesday along the shores of Maranacook Lake at Norcross Point in Winthrop.

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    Goose droppings litter the sidewalk on Tuesday along the shore-side path along Maranacook Lake at Norcross Point in Winthrop.

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    Justin Wildman, a U.S. army veteran who lives in Livermore Falls, enjoys visiting the Winthrop town beach on Tuesday with his daughter Athena. He said he's concerned by the goose droppings that have been left around the town's lakefront in recent weeks.

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