The Charles River White Geese Website -

Dedicated to
(1) protecting the Charles River environment in Cambridge/Boston, MA, USA.
(2) standing up to environmentally destructive state and local governments.
(3) protecting the Charles River White Geese and other wildlife currently being starved by state and local governments.
See our goals at this link.

External Links to Other Related Websites

  1. Friends of the White Geese, online approaches to raise awareness

  2. Video: Jim Crow attack on Cambridge, MA Civil Rights Activist: pt 1

  3. Video: Jim Crow attack, pt. 2

  4. Video: Jim Crow attack, pt. 3

  5. Governor's Funds for Destruction at Magazine Beach

  6. Roy Visits the Goose Meadow, 6/16/07

  7. Phil's White Geese Appreciation Photos

  8. Mark Garfinkle Show

  9. Della Huff - Goslings

  10. A Day at the Goose Meadow, April 2000 - Video, Roy Bercaw

  11. Trees Slated for Destruction at War Memorial - Video, Roy Bercaw

  12. Brookline on the Urban Ring

  13. Roy's visit of environmental devastation at Cambridge Public Library

  14. Teddy's Blog: Charles River Animal Photos

  15. Guffy Park in East Harvard Square - Video, Roy Bercaw

  16. Freeman Z, Jeff Manzelli

  17. Greyhound Defenders

  18. Collie Rescue League

  19. Beaks and Noses Rescue, Billerica, MA

  20. From the Port, Kathy Podgers

  21. Enough Room, Roy Bercaw

  22. Cambridge Candle, Jan./Feb. 1999

  23. Wikipedia - Charles River

  24. Animal Law Review

  25. The Bridge News

  26. Ecorover Blog (good people in the Rockies)

  27. Charles River Urban Wilds Initiative (email, no website)

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Friends of the White Geese
Post Office Box 391412
Cambridge, MA 02139-0015

This site is sponsored by Friends of the White Geese, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, Bob La Trémouille, chair/editor.
Friends of the White Geese has worked since 2000 and has been a recognized Massachusetts, USA non-profit organization since 2001.
Contents © 2005-18, Friends of the White Geese, a Massachusetts non-profit organization.