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Geese Control and Repellant

A Non Lethal Approach to Managing Nuisance Avians

Canada Geese Problems include:

  • over-grazed lawns
  • accumulations of droppings and feathers on play areas and walkways
  • nutrient loading to ponds
  • public health concerns at beaches and drinking water supplies
  • aggressive behavior by nesting birds
  • safety hazards near roads and airports

Nuisance Canada Geese

 Canada geese are a valuable natural resource that provides recreation and enjoyment to bird watchers, hunters, and the general public. But in recent years, flocks of local-nesting or “resident” geese have become year-round inhabitants of our parks, waterways, residential areas, and golf courses. Too often, they cause significant problems.

In urban and suburban areas, expanses of short grass, abundant lakes and ponds, lack of natural predators, limited hunting, and supplemental feeding have created an explosion in resident goose numbers. While most people find a few geese acceptable, problems develop as local flocks grow.

Bird Repellent is Safe and Effective

Bird Repellent Products are proven in repelling many types of pest birds in a variety of situations. Action offers safe chemical bird repellents that are designed to help keep birds away. Action has a solution you can count on.

Action’s non lethal avian training tool that when teamed with Migrate and other bird repellants, teaches geese and birds to avoid treated grass, plants and landscaping.


How does it work?

By visually training birds to associate irritation with an area!

Geese and other birds can see ultra violet (UV) light waves which allows them to see a portion of the light spectrum that is invisible to the human eye.

Who Can Benefit from Action’s Bird Control Program?

  • Golf Courses
  • Home Owners
  • Horticulturalists
  • Property Management Firms

Anyone who has a persistent bird problem such as geese or other birds which feed or roost in the same areas repeatedly.


What nuisance bird populations does it control?

All birds which see in the 200-400 light spectrum.  Most effective with sight feeders such as geese, pigeons, starlings, etc.


How quickly will it work?

Birds see the color difference immediately.  Their learning and reaction time vary based upon availability to alternate food or roosting sites.  Also, select avian species have a faster learning curve and change their behavior faster.

Canadian Geese Facts:

AKA:  There are several subspecies of Canadian Geese including; Giant Canada Goose, Dusky Canada Goose, Moffit’s Canada Goose, etc.

Bird Size & Markings:  Adult Canadian Geese can be up to 45” long, stand up to 40” high, and have a wingspan of 65”. They have a long black neck and black head with a white band that encircles the head behind the eyes and bill. Body plumage is mottled brown and tan, with a white lower breast and bottom.

Habitat:  Wild Canadian Geese migrate between the Southern United States and Canada. Non-migrating populations are on the rise. Canada Geese are often found living on golf courses, cemeteries and city parks. In many areas, non-migratory Canada Geese are regarded as pests.

Nesting/Dens:  Canadian Geese pair for life and remain monogamous. They build large nests of sticks, reeds, aquatic plants and down. Nests are almost always in elevated areas near waters sources. They lay an average of 5 eggs for each brood. Each brood fledges between 6 to 9 weeks of age. Goslings stay with their parents until their first migration.

Food: Canadian Geese are primarily herbivores, although they sometimes eat small insects and fish. They often eat a variety of grasses when on land. In urban areas, they have been known to pick food out of garbage bins.



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