Golf courses, sports venues, public parks and other large outdoor spaces that may have mowed grassy areas and nearby water are not only appealing to people, they make irresistible homes for Canada geese.
Populations of Canada geese are exploding in the Northern Virginia region and geese are aggressive to people and pets and they produce prodigious amounts of fecal waste that is unsightly and unsanitary; containing E. coli, salmonella, giardia and other communicable pathogens.
Canada geese are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) 1918 and cannot be harmed or killed outside of a very limited hunting window.
Noise makers, visual deterrents and chemical solutions don't work at removing the Canada geese and bother your visitors and a managed goose control service can be cost prohibitive in these large site situations. There is an affordable, effective solution.