Conflicts between geese and humans have increased as the populations of both have grown. Most complaints about geese are nuisance in nature, owing to the birds' grazing, droppings, and noise. There is no evidence that any disease has been transmitted from geese to humans.
Many Americans enjoy the sight of Canada geese and are willing to tolerate the minor inconveniences of living in their midst. Most strongly support humane, non-lethal methods of dealing with conflicts that may arise.
This brochure describes non-lethal control of goose damage including fencing, scare devices, landscape changes, and chemical repellents. These techniques are most effective when used in combination and when initiated in winter and early spring before a nesting site is chosen.
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