Now you may be wondering why there’s a police hat perched on the head of a goose in today’s banner image. It’s because Day Seven’s feathered friends are members of their local police force! They’ve been sending these officers out on patrol in rural corners of Xinjiang province China since early 2016. From The Telegraph report:

“[They are known] for being extremely vigilant and having excellent hearing,” Zhang Quansheng, a police chief in Xinjiang’s Shawan county, told the newspaper.
The People’s Daily said the “sharp, keen and brave” animals were proving an invaluable tool in Xinjiang’s war on crime and were now being “actively promoted” across the region.
Law enforcement agents described them as a new “highlight of stability maintenance work” and said they had proved themselves “better than dogs” in tackling crime.

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  1. {{{Michelle}}} What a good idea! We’ve a lot of geese around here – for some reason a couple of decades ago they decided it was warm enough to live here year around. LOL. I am *so* enjoying this series. Healing Energy & moar {{{HUGS}}} – & skritches to Ms. Loula.


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