Luis Olivas, of Old National Road, has geese literally eating out of his hand at one of the several ponds on his property. Olivas said his land is a favorite stopping place for fowls. A number of ducks share the land with the wild geese. Olivas said he usually carries corn in his pocket to lure the animals. Feeding time is generally around 4 p.m., when the geese flock to him. They respond to his voice and remain suspicious of strangers. Historically, geese have been considered great watchdogs because of their loud honking.