How do you protect your Minnesota home, business, or cabin from being overtaken by Canadian Geese?  Part II

If I ignore the Geese, won’t they eventually go away?  I know they fly South every winter.

Sure, Geese will go away in the late fall, early winter.  What you may not realize is that Canada Geese and their growing families will return year after year to you property to nest, live and reproduce.  Geese are very social, and the size of the flock will continuously increase.   Avoiding the issue will simply cause population growth of the Canada Goose on your property and into your neighbors…

The damage and hassle caused by these birds can be prevented. Of course, hunting these birds in one way of dealing with the noisy, dirty situation.  However, hunting is illegal in many areas and we cannot simply go into our yard and shoot Geese.  That is where Minnesota Wild Animal Management comes in.

We deal with birds of all kinds, including the Canada Goose.  Instead of ignoring the problem or taking it on yourself, give us a call to discuss our affordable, humane wildlife removal options. .

Minnesota Wild Animal Management can help.  We offer a variety of animal and pest removal services that are not only affordable, but successful as well.  We are located in Blaine, Minnesota, and serve the Twin Cities Metro Area.  Contact us at Any of These Convenient Phone Numbers to schedule an appointment:
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