Geese Relief for Airports

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Because of the vast grass lands that surround airports, these are very popular areas for geese. Grazing birds, Canada geese look for plentiful grass to feed on and airports and airfields often provide ample feeding. However, contrary to popular belief, a Canada goose is capable of flight and this can create very dangerous problems for planes if the goose gets caught in a jet engine. Using repellents and chemicals won't rid your airstrip of goose populations and can be detrimental to the environment. If you have Canada geese grazing near your airport, contact Geese Relief today.

Geese have a habit of returning to locations they like. Even if a chemical spray gets the goose population to leave they will most likely return when the chemical wears off. However, when you employ specially trained Border Collies you get a humane and effective deterrent that will keep geese away for good.

Even without harming a single Canada goose our trained dogs will use their wolf-like stare and dogged persistence to make geese understand they are not welcome. In time, geese view these determined dogs to be natural predators and out of an instinct to survive will flee the area. If your airport in Connecticut is experiencing problems with Canada geese, contact us today.

Solving Goose Problems

There are several options for ridding your property of Canadian geese including chemical sprays and landscape redesign, but the most effective method is to use highly trained Border Collies known asgoose dogs. These intelligent animals are taught not to harm the birds, but rather to use their cunning and intense stare to convince the geese that a predator is lurking nearby. Geese are concerned with survival and will not congregate where a Border Collie is patrolling. Even better, when geese seek refuge in the water, the dogs are very adept at swimming and won't rest until the last goose has fled.

For effective geese relief in Branford, call: 203-883-5123

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