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Mrs. Gaddy recounts how her husband Lockhart accidentally started a wild geese refuge in 1934 on their farm in Anson County. At present the flock numbers about 150.
Hazel Ross Gaddy and her husband Lockhart have been looking after geese and ducks on their Ansonville farm since 1934. The farm is better known as Lockhart Gaddy's Wild Goose Refuge. Each year thousands Canada geese and wild ducks winter here. Mrs. Gaddy gives a vivid description of the recent maneuvers of the wild geese as they prepare to fly northward toward home.