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How To Deter Unwanted Geese From Your Property

Geese are among the largest birds in North America. Gathering in large groups, geese can destroy landscapes and leave behind a lot of waste. Geese repellent methods are often harmful to the birds and the environment or just don’t work. Finding an effective way to remove geese can be a challenge, but there are plenty of options out there.

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duck in parking lot

How to Keep Geese Away From Your Corporate Parking Lot

Geese can be a huge nuisance on corporate parking lots, entryways and walkways. Not only are these birds very territorial, their droppings will have tenants and guests tip-toeing around the property. We’ve discovered a few tips to help you eliminate unwanted geese from your corporate parking lots and surrounding areas.

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Gaggle of Geese

Are Migrating Geese Pushing Away Business?

  • Refrain From Having a Source of Food Around
  • Do Not Make it Convenient for Living
  • Engage in Scare Tactics

An invasion of geese can be an issue businesses have to face. Once geese find a spot they like, they may stick around. If this is a problem on your property, you shouldn’t ignore it because it may get worse or even get out of control. Geese can be very aggressive and territorial, especially during mating season. They can also leave behind quite a mess. Here are some tactics we suggest you try to get rid of your unwanted feathered friends.

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Flock of geese

Techniques to Help Avert Geese From Your Commercial Business

  • Don’t give them food
  • Make a barrier
  • Use a liquid goose repellent

You don’t have to look far to find a gaggle of geese taking their daily stroll. Finding out how to keep geese away from your commercial business without causing them or the environmental harm, can be challenging. Before taking drastic measures to solve your geese problem, here are a few ways we recommend handling the situation.

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