As the property manager or landscaper for a large company in Minnesota, you probably already know that small issues can very quickly become big problems. There are many employees and clients coming and going on a daily basis, and they expect a pleasant stroll on the way to their destination. I doubt stepping in goose droppings and being chased by nesting birds is what they have in mind. But unfortunately, this is the reality for some corporate campuses.
Is your business situated on a large plot of land with well-maintained lawns? Possibly near lakes or ponds? I have good news and bad news for you. Let’s get the bad news over with first: your company has an ideal habitat for Canada geese. The good news, though, is that you don’t have to put up with these birds, their droppings, or their aggression. In fact, there are a variety of methods used in an attempt to remove geese from an area. However, some are far more effective than others.
Through the introduction of a natural predator, you can deter geese from living and nesting on your campus. Driven Wild Goose Control offers this precise method of goose control to corporate campuses throughout the Minneapolis metro area.
The Issue With Geese on A Corporate Campus
You probably don’t need me to educate you about the negative effects geese have on a corporate campus; you’re already dealing with them. They destroy landscaping you’ve dedicated a sizeable budget to, and when that grass reaches the other end of their digestive tract it creates a huge volume of messy, potentially disease causing droppings. When they’re nesting, geese can be aggressive towards people. They frequently chase passersby, even nipping and striking them. After they have goslings in a certain area, those goslings will return every year to lay their own eggs! That’s why it’s so common for goose populations to increase exponentially year by year.
How to Prevent A Goose Problem in Minnesota
If you’re interested in keeping geese away from your business or school campus, it’s important to start right away in the spring. In Minnesota, we don’t usually have to deal with the geese in winter; they migrate south to warmer weather. However, they may start showing up again in March or April, and they’ll be looking for a place to nest. Start work with a goose mitigation company right away to prevent nesting and the subsequent goslings.
Whether you’re looking for a discreet approach or want your employees to have a front row seat to the action, Driven Wild Goose Control will get rid of the geese on your corporate campus or school campus using our proven harassment methods. We’re happy to work around your schedule while keeping geese (and their droppings) away from your parking lots, entrances, and employee break areas. Most business campuses are deserted on the weekends, which means geese feel comfortable hanging around. Our varied schedule allows us to catch the geese right away and send them packing, even on weekends.
To request a free consultation for goose control on your corporate campus, contact Driven Wild Goose Control today.