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goose controlToday’s geese are highly adaptable and settle in quickly to their surroundings. These large birds live long and produce many offspring. And they’ll soon be scouting for roosting and nesting sites for spring. Unless you prepare for their spring arrival with effective and humane goose deterrents/repellents, you can expect some costly headaches around your home and yard. Chief among these is large accumulations of goose droppings, which are not only unsightly and odorous, but can create a health risk, especially if you have a pool or spa.  Geese will also trample any small plants and flowerbeds you’ve been nurturing. 

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco

Goose Deterrent Products

2/20/2014 8:34 AM

Canada Geese will invade private properties just as they destroy golf courses and parks. If geese have invaded your yard, there are measures you can take to get rid of pest geese. The best humane goose deterrent solutions are sound deterrents and removing their food source.

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco

Without professional-grade bird control, getting rid of geese can be a challenge. Use a water hose or noise maker and they’ll return as soon as you leave. Pellet guns and poisons are not only inhumane but only temporarily effective. In some cases, these drastic measures may even be illegal, resulting in costly fines.

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco

Keep Geese Away this Spring

1/9/2014 8:39 AM

It is almost time for the geese to return. They will eat your grass and shrubs till there is nothing left, except a mess of geese droppings for you to clean up. Control your goose problem this spring with bird control products.

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco

Geese are becoming more of a nuisance these days. Changes in habitat and food source have caused these traditionally migratory birds to change migration routes and in some cases Canada Geese have become non-migratory due to adequate food supply during winter months in certain areas. This is problematic for home owners who live near a water source or golf course as these areas provide most of the survival necessities for geese.

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco
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