Canadian geese are some of the most aggressive birds that we see all over golf courses, commercial buildings and parks. It’s not unusual to see them take over properties near bodies of water and to watch them chase anyone who gets too close to their nests.
- Fence off the area
- Scare them away
- Modify the land
Geese are pests who make a mess everywhere they go. To them, your open waterfront offers safety and a good place to nest, which poses challenges when trying to get them to vacate. These simple and effective tactics can keep unwanted geese away from your lakefront.
- Stop Feeding Them
- Set Up a Decoy
- Make Water Unattractive
- Scare Them with Noise
If you have geese problems, don’t sit around waiting for them to leave, do something about it! There is a variety of options out there. See how these simple tips can put a stop to your geese invasion so you can actually enjoy your property.
Canadian Geese have drastically increased in population over the years and are now invading retail shops, office buildings, warehouses, and any other commercial structure with manicured grass and water access. However, you don’t have to (and shouldn’t let) these geese take claim to your space.
- Set Up Bird Netting
- Lay Around False Predators
- Hang Reflective Material
Strawberries are delicious, which is probably why you’re growing them. Now, let’s imagine you’re a bird and you see beautifully lined rows of red, juicy strawberries ripe for the picking. Do you think you would have second thoughts about diving in for a snack? Not likely, but Avian Enterprises is here to teach you how to keep them away.