About 4 months ago, our wonderful brown chinese goose named "Papa" returned from his 3-month-long stay at the vet clinic after suffering a severely broken leg. I found him on the golf course and rescued him. After enduring two surgeries and weeks of rehab, our beloved Papa returned to our community pond. Several of us thought it would be nice to reward his return with a mate...we purchased a beautiful white chinese goose (female) and named her "Mama." At first, Mama was very friendly and tame....she seemed to enjoy all of the attention she was being given. As time went on, she gradually has become aggressive. The pond is on a golf course, and she is constantly running up to the green and attacking the golfers that are trying to putt. I have been working with her (we have asked the community to stop feeding her), and attempting to train her to stay away from that area. However; I am not able to be with her 24/7 so strict training is difficult. I go to the pond twice daily and feed them a nutricious pellett/scratch diet in a far away cove on the pond...away from the people. She has also recently bonded with one of the families that lives on the pond. She shows up on their back porch stoop first thing in the morning and hangs all day long, simply enjoying their company (she doesn't get fed by them). She follows the lady of the house around like a dog! Papa (her mate) is so good, he stays in the water and far away from all of the commotion. I have witnessed them mating. Tomorrow I am attending a community meeting because Miss Mama is on the agenda. People are complaining about her aggressiveness, and the community is concerned about liability issues. Can anyone give me any advice if there is any other things I can try to curb her aggressive actions towards the golfers. She is almost a year old. Possibly she's going through a dominant behaviour period, I don't know. But, if I can't get her to "curb her enthusiasml," we will probably have to find her another home....which will break many hearts. She is a beautiful, loving goose...just has this bad aggressive behaviour. Help, please! Thx.