Geese Control, Trapping & Removal Services
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The Canada goose is a large wild bird native to the northernmost regions of North America. Geese can cause large problems for homeowners in both urban and suburban areas. On your property, flocks of geese can make a lot of noise and can disrupt your everyday life quite easily. Geese will wander into more residential areas in search of grass, grains, and aquatic plants to consume. However, if you feed geese that show up on your property, they are more likely to return. Geese may bite if they come in contact with small children or animals on your property. When flocks of geese arrive on your property, they can cause issues in the form of defecation.
If you have a problem with geese on your property, don’t risk your safety trying to remove them. At Trutech, our licensed specialists have the tools and knowledge that it takes to safely conduct a geese removal on your property. Our humane traps and other geese control services will solve your geese problem without harming any animals in the process. At Trutech, our first priority is keeping your family and pets safe and giving you back your peace of mind.
So, whether you are searching for geese control, trapping, or removal services, you can be confident that you are doing it in the most environmentally sensitive way thanks to the experts at Trutech. Don’t wait until geese have destroyed your yard, call Trutech today for help solving all of your wildlife removal needs.
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Canada geese are common throughout most of the United States. Recognizable by their large size, the birds have distinct black necks and heads, white cheeks, brown body feathers, and white bellies. Their large, webbed feet make them powerful swimmers and their sizable wingspans allow them to fly high in the air for distances up to 1,500 miles per day. When threatened, Canada geese hiss, flap their wings intimidatingly, and bite with their beaks. They make loud honking sounds to communicate with each other, especially when flying.
Geese typically eat aquatic plants, grain crops, and grasses. Their favorite foods are generally found in ponds, marshy areas, farms, and open spaces like public parks.
Fields, marshes, and grasslands adjacent to open water such as ponds, lakes, and slow-moving rivers make prime habitats for Canada geese. City parks, public ponds, golf courses, and farm fields are also common feeding grounds and nesting sites. Their nests are often found near the water’s edge and are made from the abandoned nests of other waterfowl. When constructing their own nests, Canada geese tend to choose sheltered sites among tall reeds or cattails in which they build bowl-like structures made of twigs and reed stalks.