Goose Damage Management Workshop

Geese at community pond can reduce water quality.
Urban geese can be a nuisance in urban areas, causing problems ranging from poor water quality to goose droppings.

Canada geese populations have increased dramatically over the past 20 years. Learn the skills needed to help clients resolve Canada goose problems.The Canada Goose Damage Management Workshop is a hands-on experience of the various tools available to manage damage by Canada geese. Attendees will be taught by experts in Canada goose damage management.

This Workshop is designed to provide attendees with the information necessary to respond to Canada geese damage complaints in a responsible and effective fashion.

Do you have interest in attending a workshop? Contact us to learn if one is scheduled or could be in the future.

Sample Program

  • Biology
    • Taxonomy
    • Demographics
    • Physiology
    • Food Habits
    • Habitat Selection
    • Behavior
  • Damage Identification
    • Property
    • Disease
    • Collisions
    • Attacks
  • Legal Issues
  • Public Relations
  • Business Considerations
    • Proposal Writing
    • Equipment Selection
  • Control Techniques
    • Habitat Modification Tactics
      • Feeding Bans
      • Grass Cultivars
      • Shoreline Walls and Riprap
    • Exclusion
      • Fencing
      • Lines
    • Frightening Devices/Methods
      • Pyrotechnics
      • Effigies
      • Lasers/Lights
      • Dogs
      • Mechanical hazing (boats, planes, helicopters)
    • Biological
      • Swans
    • Repellents
      • Repellents & Chemical Safety
      • Methyl Anthranilate
      • Anthraquinone
      • Turf Applications
      • Area Applications (Fogging)
    • Capture & Goose Handling
      • Netting
      • Round Ups
      • Alpha-chlorolose
      • Translocation
    • Euthanasia
      • Carcass Disposal
      • Food Use
    • Shooting
      • Shotgun
      • Sharp Shooting