" "We formed the Watchful Eye program to let these kids know there is still protection for the ducks. We're still watching the pond to stop children from the beating and killing them." Other patrons of the park have joined Rowe's efforts. "They have agreed to keep their eyes open and report any violence or mischief taking place in the park," Rowe said. "They agreed that this is a great idea. Perhaps other parks will want to use the Watchful Eye program." Borough resident Kim Frazee said she wants to see that the ducks stay unharmed and in Fairchance. She said she has seen a 5-year-old child trying to hook the ducks before. Borough resident Janet Allen said her participation in the Watchful Eye program was prompted by her witnessing one little boy trying to hook a white goose with his fishing pole. Allen said the incident happened sometime last year before the signs went up. "That's what we put up with here," Allen said, noting she often walks around the community park and has grandchildren who play sports there. "We don't need that type of stuff here."