Archives for January 2011

Geese Management

Less than forty years ago, the Canadian goose was rarely seen in many parts of the lower forty-eight, but as a result of restoration projects and an increase in both urban and suburban bodies of water, Canadian Geese are a common sighting. Many people recognize the sight and sound of the geese as the beginning […]

Border Collies to the Rescue

A recent report from Columbia, MD. Sheep dogs to chase [herd] the geese October 23, 2010|By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun Visitors to Columbia’s Lakefront promenade have increasingly been confronted by panhandling resident Canada geese, who had stayed away for years, chased by Glenn and Bud, the town’s two border collies. But two years after the last dog […]

Canadian Geese Management

TIPS FOR GEESE MANAGEMENT POST SIGNS to discourage feeding of Canadian Geese. Include reasons why the geese should not be fed. For example, bread does not provide the necessary nutrients for the proliferation of primary flight feathers. Geese remain flightless and lose the ability to migrate. These flightless birds become resident geese. LIMIT ATTRACTIONS Canadian Geese are attracted ponds and lakes […]

How Geese Release Came to Be…

All across the world the sound of spring is synonymous with the arrival of Canadian Geese, who after flying thousands of miles along ridges and roadways are finally “home”. Unfortunately the welcome they receive isn’t always a friendly one. Instead they are often shot at, separated from their young, and referred to as “hostile, aggressive, and vicious”. The […]

Geese Education

Reputable, reliable, professional consulting for migratory Canadian Geese management Geese Release has the experience necessary to practice humane wildlife management for your property management needs. Our team members include a horticulturalist, biologists, trained border collies and expert handlers. With combined experience spanning 30 years in wildlife management, research, landscaping, reforesting, and planning, we are successful in humanely encouraging the flock to seek alternate pastures — guaranteed. Integrated […]