CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A goose was found in south Charlotte with an arrow through its neck.
The Carolina Waterfowl Rescue said this is the second goose being treated for a bow and arrow incident in less than a week.
The goose was found at Park Road Park in south Charlotte.
The first goose found was found near Fayetteville with an arrow through her but refused to leave her nest of five eggs.
The Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is located in Indian Trail.
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