The Canada Goose
An Introduction To The Canada Goose
The Canada goose is a beautiful bird to behold found throughout North America from northern Alaska to the Southern Gulf Coast and even into Mexico, depending upon the season of the year. The Canada goose tends to be monogamous and mate for life. Canada geese are migratory and often travel in groups also known as a "flock" or "gaggle" of geese. The term "skein" is also used to describe a flock of geese in flight.
Understanding Canada Geese And
The Problems They Can Cause
Understanding Canada geese is one of the first steps toward controlling them, we've got lots of information on particular problems associated with geese including a look at geese in parking lots and around businesses, geese management and relocation services, why you shouldn't feed geese and solutions for resident Canada geese that become a problem.
Don't Feed The Waterfowl Signs
If geese nest on your property or in your parking lot each year, our signs can potentially save you thousands of dollars in goose relocation, goose damages, avoid injuries from goose attacks, lawsuits, squished goslings and avoid a lot of phone calls. Installed, or shipped to your doorstep. Post or pole mounts can be simple or fancy. High quality 18"x24" aluminum on the best vinyl available on the market for years of use. We've prepared a plain easy to print page on why it is not good to feed waterfowl and scientific justifications for you installing the signs on your property.
This information can be linked to, viewed, printed for handouts or turned into a company email. It can easily be developed into or used as a guide for home owner associations, or established as a company policy about feeding waterfowl. There is no mention of our company or advertising.
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Cape Coral, Florida 33991-2126
Coral Gables and Southeast Florida