Getting rid of Canada geese in Minnesota is no easy feat without professional assistance. If you only have two or three geese hanging around, you may be able to get them to leave your property without assistance. However, if geese have nested on your property, or if there are more than a few geese visiting your lawn, please give Driven Wild Goose Control a call so we can help out.
Here are a few tactics you can use if you’re trying to get rid of just a few adult geese in your yard or by your business.
Get Rid of Canada Geese
If you have a pair of mating geese on your property, plan to shoo them away right when the snow melts. If you wait much longer, they may build a nest and lay eggs. Nests must be handled in a certain manner to abide by state guidelines, and you can be fined if you are found to have destroyed a nest. It’s best to get rid of the geese before they ever have a chance to lay their eggs.
Since we know many Minnesotans with yards have dogs, we’d encourage you to take a page from our book and let your dogs chase the geese as often as possible! This will discourage the geese from coming around simply because it’s not worth the hassle. If you don’t have dogs you can utilize, you may instead want to consider setting up some streamers that will move in the wind and startle the birds. If the geese stay overnight, a motion activated light can also do wonders.
Keep in mind that these methods won’t necessarily keep geese away long-term if you have an attractive property – one with a pond or on a lake, for example. The products mentioned are meant to serve as a short-term deterrent for only a few geese, and they will likely only be effective at a residential property where there’s frequent activity. A commercial building which is closed nights and weekends won’t have much success with these methods; consider contacting Driven Wild Goose Control for commercial goose mitigation instead of wasting your time on do it yourself methods.
Using A Professional Goose Removal Company in Minnesota
Canada goose problems such as excessive droppings, herds of goslings, and aggressive nesting geese can quickly get out of hand. It only takes a few of these large birds to cause significant issues for many business owners. Luckily, a professional goose removal company in Minnesota can help you assess your current goose problem and determine the best goose management program based on the number of geese.
Canada goose control in Minnesota doesn’t need to be complicated. Leave the job to our team of handlers and trained dogs, and you’ll start seeing lasting results within weeks. Give us a call at 612-405-0568 or visit our website to schedule a free, no obligation consultation at your business.