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Goose Control

  • What Every Property Owner/Manager Needs to Know About Geese

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    If you own or manage any type of structure or property, there are some facts you need to know about geese to prevent these large birds from damaging your property.

    Geese love to gather around lakeshores, ponds, golf courses, sports fields and any dwellings that happen to be near them. The birds prefer nesting sites on elevated, secluded areas near bodies of water. They will return to the area of their birth each year to mate and nest. Nesting season is mid March to May, so the time to implement proactive deterrents/repellents is now.

    Most Geese have a wide wingspan (up to 75 inches), which allows them to fly up to 1,500 miles in a single day.  When migrating, they will "pond hop" and forage for food. This can be very destructive to plants and property, as mature Canada geese can weigh up to 14 pounds. They can quickly denude and trample green vegetation, grasses and aquatic plants, leaving large amounts of droppings in their wake. Continue reading

  • How to Keep Geese Away with Goose Repellent

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    Geese have become increasingly accustomed to urban environments, thanks to a lack of predators and easy access to food (lawns, plants and seeds). The large birds often gather and nest in huge flocks, denuding lawns, trampling plants, and leaving huge amounts of droppings. The droppings are not only smelly, but can reduce the water quality of ponds and water features. The droppings have also been known to potentially carry diseases. Most geese are migratory and protected by state and federal laws, so only non-lethal goose repellents may be employed to control them. Fortunately, the bird control experts at Bird B Gone have a number of humane and effective solutions for keeping geese away. Continue reading

  • Got Geese? Humane, Affordable & Effective Methods of Goose Control

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    The geese are coming. You will see them flying in the majestic V-formation overhead with their black head and necks with a light cream colored breast. Their chinstrap is black and white. There are over 10 subspecies of Canada Geese. Generally, the geese get darker in color as you go westward and they are smaller in size moving northward. There has been a documented upsurge of geese in suburban and urban areas. The geese tend to migrate towards areas where there are water sources. This is why you see geese in parks and golf courses. If you have a pool in your backyard, you might see geese there as well. Apartment complexes that are next to golf courses have nuisance geese in their pool and ponds and even walking around the complex. Continue reading

  • Interesting Facts About Canada Geese

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    Canada Geese are native to North America. They breed in Canada and the northern United States in a variety of habitats. It’s no secret that populations of these birds have been multiplying over the last decade. One reason for this is their protected status by both Federal and State agencies. National bird control experts estimate there are at least a dozen subspecies of Canada Geese, ranging in size from 22 to 48 inches long and weighing from 3 pounds to 24 pounds. Continue reading

  • When Migratory Birds Become Pest Birds

    Canada Goose with Goosling

    Many migratory birds are beautiful and contribute to our natural ecology. But some like Canada Geese, Woodpeckers and Swallows can quickly become pests if they are not properly controlled. If you’ve had a problem with any of these birds (or expect to), it’s best to act now before these birds arrive. Continue reading

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