Goose control for apartment complexes in Minnesota can be challenging primarily because there is often no one dedicated to keeping the geese away all day long.
Getting Rid of Geese in Minnesota Housing Complexes
Does your Twin Cities area townhome or apartment complex struggle to keep geese away? Is your maintenance company or department spending hours picking up goose droppings so residents don’t have to walk through them? Geese like living in housing complexes, especially new developments, because there are often large areas of lush grass to eat. The geese remain relatively undisturbed in these areas and may not have to worry about predators or off-leash domestic animals. In addition, many apartment and townhome complexes have nearby ponds that make the geese feel safe from predators.
Goose control for apartment complexes in Minnesota can be challenging primarily because there is often no one dedicated to keeping the geese away all day long. Many apartment complexes have part time maintenance crews that can’t spend their whole day chasing off geese, and residents don’t make any type of coordinated effort to get rid of the birds. Hiring a dedicated company like Driven Wild Goose Control is the best goose relief for housing complexes in MN.
Deterring Canada Geese from MN Housing Complexes
If you’ve been responsible for dealing with the goose problem at a Minnesota housing complex for a while now, you’ve probably researched a number of products that claim to get the job done. However, products like decoys, lights, streamers, and noisemakers are all a short-term solution. Eventually geese will acclimate to these new products and they will no longer be deterred from the area. However, when you couple these deterrents with Driven Wild Goose Control’s hazing service, you can create a round the clock plan for getting rid of geese in the housing complex.
Driven Wild Goose Control works with a variety of metro area Minnesota housing complexes, from townhouse developments to apartment complexes. When you hire us to get rid of geese in your MN apartment complex, we’ll bring our well-trained dogs out to the property to humanely harass geese and deter them from staying. The dogs achieve this result by intimidating – but not injuring – the geese just as a natural predator would. Our Border Collies stalk the geese so they feel they are being hunted and leave for a “safer” area. The dogs never come in contact with the geese; their presence is enough to achieve results.
Get Rid of Geese in Your MN Housing Complex
If you’re ready to get started with the ultimate method of goose control, get in touch with Driven Wild Goose Control today. The time of year or number of geese on your property doesn’t matter; we’ll be able to drastically decrease the presence of Canada geese quickly and humanely.
We have worked with several townhome associations and HOAs in new housing developments to create affordable goose management plans all the residents will appreciate. In the past, residents have lauded our work both directly to our handlers and to their association’s board of directors. They love to see someone taking a hands-on, humane approach to controlling the goose population in their neighborhood. If it’s requested, our dogs are always available to take a quick break from working to meet residents and their children.
We can get started right away by visiting your property and creating a comprehensive quote for services, including hazing and goose nest management services for housing complexes. Give us a call at 612-405-0568. We’ll be in touch right away, and we can set up a consultation in just a few business days.
Your residents, maintenance crew, and potential home buyers and renters will all benefit from Driven Wild Goose Control’s comprehensive goose relief services for housing complexes. Let’s get started right away!
Tired of Ineffective Goose Control?
If you are tired of trying out multiple ineffective options to control the geese on your property, Driven Wild is the ultimate solution. Contact us for a free estimate and more information about why this is the last goose control method you’ll ever need.