Canadian Geese Management

Geese on parking lot

How to Deal with Canadian Geese Problems

Canadian Geese often come into conflict with people, and they often defecate all around their living sites. This usually causes problems for residential areas and business parking lots, requiring the use of a goose removal service to deal with these foul fowl.

A group of geese on the ground is called a gaggle; a group of geese that is in flight is referred to as a skein, a team, or a wedge. You probably don’t care what they’re called, you just want them gone. Bird removal services from the Animal Remover wildlife experts can make that happen.

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Canadian Geese Nuisance Concerns

Due to their habit of congregating near human developments, Canadian geese are classified as a nuisance animal species. The most common complaints wildlife management experts receive include geese defecating on parking lots and entryways, attacking customers and employees when protecting their nest, degrading the water quality of ponds, destroying grass and vegetation, and roosting on roofs.

People are afraid of Canadian geese due to their defensive nature and will steer clear of them. Recent studies show that 60% of customers will not visit a business if they see Canadian geese near the parking or entry area. Businesses can alleviate these losses by calling Animal Remover LLC for expert bird removal and wildlife management services.

Canadian Geese Behavior

Geese frequently locate their nests close to entry doors, and a pair of mating geese will attack anyone that gets too close to their nest. When a goose feels threatened, first it will hiss as a warning to stay back. Then it will lower its head, tuck in its wings and charge towards the threat. Sometimes they will even stick their wings straight out to make themselves look as large as possible. If the threat persists, they may bite, flap their wings, or attack the threat with their claws.

Physical injuries related to goose encounters are typically not the result of a direct attack. When people are confronted by a defensive goose, they usually try to run in the opposite direction. Running away usually results in tripping or falling which can result in severe injury. Businesses spend millions each year combatting lawsuits that involve trips or falls on their property.

Canadian Geese Removal, Trapping & Control

Removing and or repelling Canadian geese is a multi-step process. The first step is to call Animal Remover, and you will be connected with one of our highly trained and professional wildlife management specialists. The wildlife management specialist will ask specific questions relating to your goose problem, the location of your property, and the size of your property. We will then perform a site visit so that we can determine what options are best for you and your property. Next, we will provide a quote for our bird removal services and discuss what permits may be required (if applicable) to handle your Canadian goose problem. Permits are relatively easy to acquire and generally require you to pay a fee to the Department of Wildlife.

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When You Need Bird Removal Services, Trust Animal Remover

Animal Remover is your trusted source for bird management, removal, and control. We offer a vast variety of management options that are specifically tailored to each animal removal problem. After many years of experience, we know what works and what doesn’t work, and we have developed custom solutions to fit your needs. Let us put our equipment, experience, and expertise to the test and help you safely and effectively eliminate your Canadian Goose problem. Give us a call today at 513-324-9453 for a quote or contact us online.

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