Wildlife Control: How to Protect Yourself from an Attacking Goose
More often than not geese make excellent neighbors, bringing a natural beauty to any property they inhabit. However, geese can also be extremely territorial in certain situations. Specifically, after the egg-laying season or the “nesting period” geese become extremely defensive of their territory and will go on the attack if they view you as a threat. Often this situation requires a wildlife control service to manage the situation, disrupting the nesting period and potentially orphaning goslings. The attacks themselves should also not be taken lightly, reported injuries from attacking geese include broken noses and broken ribs. Today, Animal Remover would like to discuss how to react in case of a goose attack and what precautions you can take to avoid conflict with our feathered neighbors.