Canada Geese

Why Are Geese a Problem?

After being protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1916, Canada geese are now abundant—very abundant. As the geese continue to increase in number, they also become a problem in many areas, especially in parks, golf courses, corporate grounds, and lakes. They like water, plenty of food (especially short, tender grasses), and open spaces where it's easy to watch for predators while they nest and raise their young.

When you add well-meaning citizens, who feed these birds to the mix, the geese become accustomed to human contact, and it’s easy to see why they continue to gather in these areas and make themselves at home.

When Birds Become Pests

Unfortunately, geese can be rude, noisy, and sometimes seriously aggressive, if you inadvertently wander too close to their nests or goslings. Hell hath no fury like a goose protecting her young. They also leave behind an ever-growing amount of feces, which can pose a serious health risk if it gets too out of hand. Their constant grazing and debris also create several maintenance problems.

So, what can you do when the town park, golf course, or even your front lawn has been overrun? What recourse do you have when you can't see the grass under the cover of goose droppings? Goose-repellent chemicals don't always work, and streamers or other "goose-frightening" props will alter the appearance of your property.

How We Can Help

The Geese Police, Inc., on the other hand, is the perfect solution. Using our professionally trained working border collies, we'll run those geese out of town without harming them.

Geese Police, Inc

Reach Out to Us

When you are ready to ensure geese stay away from properties such as school districts, buildings, and residences, send us a message. We will get back to you as soon as we can.