GEESE NUISANCE CONCERNS:
As the geese tend to populate the same areas as human beings, problems arise. Geese are grazers and cause damage to various crops, landscapes, gardens, and vegetation. Geese are also incredibly messy, their fecal matter contaminates the area around bodies of water, as well as causes harm to the local animal populations. Left untreated, flocks of geese can ruin water supplies. The bacteria in the feces pose serious health risks by contributing to the spread of disease. Geese fed by humans may lose their natural fear of people, which causes them to become territorial and attack humans and pets.
HOW TO GET RID OF GEESE:
There are a wide variety of techniques that can be used, some with more success than others. In most cases, they are most effective when used in combination. Geese are federally protected by the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act and require special permits for the removal. The safest method of removal is to contact a wildlife control specialist to take care of the nuisance geese problem.
MOST COMMON DISEASES SPREAD BY GEESE:
Geese can transmit a variety of disease, including viruses, parasites, fungi, and bacteria.
- Do not feed the geese
- Erect fencing
- Use deterrents
- Get an inspection by a licensed wildlife specialist
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WHY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM:
Geese can become aggressive very quickly, especially during breeding season.
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