Geese travel in large flocks and like to occupy big open spaces, such as golf courses, football fields, farmlands, etc. If it’s got grass and has access to water, it’s a perfect place for Canada geese. For homeowners and commercial property owners, on the other hand, hosting a flock of geese on their land can have disastrous consequences. Geese can turn a well-manicured lawn into a slippery mess rather quickly. But don’t worry, Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control can apply a safe and effective goose repellent to deter any present and future winged invaders.
Our Goose Repellent Services Include
- Repelling geese from private backyards, gardens and lawns
- Repelling geese from public parks and cemeteries
- Repelling geese from golf courses and athletic fields
- Goose management on shorelines
Whether it’s a residential or a commercial property that you need help with, contact us today for a free consultation.
How We Repel Geese
Our approach to repelling geese from your Maryland property is safe, non-invasive and extremely effective.
At Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control, we use Migrate goose repellent specially formulated to deter the geese without harming them or your lawn. It’s non-toxic, biodegradable and safe for people and pets. However, when ingested by geese, it irritates their stomach and discourages them from feeding on your property. You will see results in a matter of days if you have a current goose problem. This repellent can also be used as a preventive measure to deter any future goose invasions. Our goose removal experts at Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control will take care of the initial repellent application and any future maintenance for you. O
ur employees received special training and certification to professionally perform this service.
Why Act Fast if Geese Invaded Your Lawn
Due to the sheer volume of the goose flocks, gees can cause significant damage.
Because geese travel in large numbers, you rarely have just one or two geese on your property—you have dozens, if not hundreds. At this rate, geese can cause significant damage in a matter of days. Goose droppings may contain harmful bacteria and pose risk when scattered around public places, such as parks. Besides, they are visually unpleasant and not a good look for your lawn, whether it’s a residential or commercial property. Geese also damage crops and manicured lawns by either grazing or trampling the vegetation. When agitated, geese may be aggressive and will attempt to chase the intruder away. If you don’t act fast, your grassy areas may soon become unusable for its primary purpose.