Control for large numbers of Canada Geese

Control for large numbers of Canada Geese

First introduced to Britain in the 17th century, the lack of natural predators and abundance of food has seen this specie’s population grow to the point where it is often referred to as a pest.

Control for large numbers of Canada Geese

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Canada Geese

Canada Geese

First introduced to Britain in the 17th century, the lack of natural predators and abundance of food has seen this specie’s population grow to the point where it is often referred to as a pest.

Very few of our native Canada Geese are migratory and huge numbers can be found all year round. Their high numbers, large size and aggressive behaviour can out compete other water fowl for nesting sites as well as food, meaning while Canada Geese populations grow other species decline. During the breeding season they can also turn their aggression towards humans and at any time of year their droppings can decimate our open leisure areas.

Anyone attempting control needs to be aware that as a non-native species it is a legal requirement to humanely cull any Canada Goose which comes under your direct control unless you have a specific licence to release it. This is not a job for the inexperienced or faint hearted.

Control can be achieved by many methods, nest prevention, egg oiling, disturbance with trained dogs etc. As a last resort there is also the option of a licensed humane cull.

 

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