Greater Dayton Ohio Geese Removal Service

Provided By Barnes Wildlife Control
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Serving Southwestern Ohio

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Geese Removal Service For Dayton Ohio Area By Barnes Wildlife Control: The Miami Valley’s Premier Goose Control Company

Tired Of Goose Droppings On Your Property

Barnes Wildlife Control has hands-on experience removing problematic geese and extensive knowledge on dealing specifically with aggressive Canadian Geese around Dayton, Ohio so if you need a Geese Removal Service call today 937-340-1867!

We offer a vast array of effective deterrents and can also work with you to obtain necessary state and federal depredation permits if physically removing the aggressors is the only option. Barnes Wildlife Control will thoroughly assess your situation and provide the best possible goose removal services in the Miami Valley.

We offer nest destruction, egg addling, aggressive nesting geese pair removal, physical deterrent installation such as sprinkler, pyrotechnic, and audible goose control devices as well as Canadian goose roundups as seen in the video below.

Whether it be an entire flock causing you problems or a pair of aggressive geese that need to go, we are here to help.

Geese caught in a roundup on a clients property

Barnes Wildlife Control performing a Canadian Geese roundup on a client’s property in Dayton, Ohio.

Our Dayton Goose Removal Affiliate: Stalk and Awe

Barnes Wildlife Control has teamed up with Stalk and Awe Geese Management Services to offer several options for treating your nuisance geese situation. Visit our Dayton Goose Removal affiliate’s website, Stalk And Awe.

Greg Wagner from Stalk and Awe is an expert using Border Collies for geese management around ponds, businesses, apartment housing, condominiums, and more. Greg can be reached at (855) 992-3444.

Since 2006, Stalk and Awe Geese Management have been committed to professional and effective solutions for Canada Goose Control throughout the Greater Cincinnati, Dayton, and Columbus areas.

Numerous facets of goose management must be considered when addressing nuisance goose conflicts. Our team of Certified Goose Management Professionals possesses comprehensive training in all aspects of goose management, enabling us to devise and execute integrated goose management programs. These programs are tailored to accommodate the seasonal requirements of geese while incorporating the most efficient control methods available.

Stalk and Awe’s team of certified professionals has the experience and expertise to effectively manage your nuisance Canada goose population.

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How Do I Get A License to Remove Aggressive Geese Or Permit For Geese Removal Service In Southwest Ohio?

Canadian geese are very adaptable and will tolerate living amongst humans to survive. Any location will do for geese to lay their eggs whether or not it makes sense to us or not. Barnes Wildlife has removed geese and nests from strange places such as on top of buildings, on roof air conditioner (AC) units, in shopping mall parking lots, and even on tops of cars.

Geese will return to the same location each year to raise their goslings and if geese removal service or goose deterrents aren’t installed properly they will grow in population beyond control. More common places we have to remove attack geese are golf courses, condominium ponds, apartment complex lakes, and neighborhood run-off ponds.

If you are researching what to do about your goose problem in Dayton here are some important regulations you need to know. Canada geese are protected under both the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act 1918 and Ohio state law (O.R.C) governed by the ODNR and Division of Wildlife. These laws protect the geese, gosling, active nests, and eggs from unlawful extermination.

Photo at Barnes Wildlife Control Geese Removal page: Geese Protecting their eggs.

Canadian geese are protective of their eggs. Like many bird species, they exhibit strong parental instincts and behaviors to ensure the safety and survival of their offspring.

The most important thing to consider before proceeding with Dayton Geese Removal Service is this question: Are the geese damaging personal property such as buildings, landscaping, or vehicles or are the geese causing a safety or health concern where if left uncontrolled people are at risk for bodily injury.

If you want to try some non-invasive hazing tactics which do not hurt the geese or nest before contacting professional geese exterminators we suggest the use of CW lasers or dogs. If these tactics fail the Division of Wildlife District 5 in Xenia may issue a lethal permit to allow the destruction of nests, or to conduct a goose roundup, or as a last resort shoot the geese. These permits can only be used March 11 through August 31 of each year and goose roundups are best performed in the month of June.

To obtain a free Nuisance Goose Permit for the Dayton Ohio area it will go through ODOW District 5 out of Xenia. Click this link to be directed to the online form fill and request Barnes Wildlife Control in the comment field to take care of your problem. As stated above permits are only available from March 11 – August 31. When applicable, your request for a permit will be considered at that time.

goose permit for barnes wildlife control geese removal

When You Fill Out The Above Goose Permit There Will Be An Option To Request A Company To Take Care Of Your Goose Problem. Please Request Barnes Wildlife Control, the number 1 Geese Removal Company In Greater Dayton Ohio.

Common Complaints About Canadian Geese

Geese are attacking customers in the parking lot.

A pair of geese nesting in my apartment complex.

An aggressive goose is scaring people in the church asphalt lot – what do we do?

A goose is nesting on the roof of my building – what do I do?

There is a goose that attacks anyone who walks near it; who do I call?

What’s the best way to deter geese from your property?

Can Canadian Geese be legally trapped?

Geese are producing a significant amount of droppings on my property. What can I do?

Photo at Barnes Wildlife Control Geese Removal page: Mama Goose Protecting her eggs.

To protect her eggs, a mama Canadian goose will flap her wings to scare away intruders.

Photo at Barnes Wildlife Control Geese Removal page: Mama Goose warming her eggs.

Like clockwork, every hour, Canadian geese rise, gently rotate the eggs, nudge them closer with their feet, and then nestle back down to resume the incubation process.

Photo at Barnes Wildlife Control Geese Removal page: Dayton Goose removed from Roof of a local business as it was harassing customers.

In urban areas where suitable nesting sites are scarce, Canadian geese may occasionally choose to nest on flat areas of rooftops.

The Canadian Goose Roundup – Barnes Wildlife Control’s Geese Removal Service

The video below shows a standard Canadian goose removal setup for what is referred to as a Geese Roundup. During the early summer months, adult geese lose their flight feathers during the molting process and the young goslings are not able to fly. This is a very effective way that to manage nuisance geese on your property by removing large numbers all at once. If you would like to use Barnes Wildlife Control’s Geese Removal Service for the greater Dayton Ohio area give us a call at 937-340-1867.

Canadian Geese are prolific breeders and goose populations can explode if not maintained. One effective option is to addle the eggs before the goslings hatch to prevent a situation like the one in the photo to the right(desktop) or below (mobile) where the pair of geese have now become a family of 9.

If there has been an active goose hunting presence established in the surrounding rural areas, the geese will choose to not frequent those areas. As the geese start to feel the pressure you may find the geese seeking safety on your property and you may need Barnes Wildlife Control’s goose knowledge. Feel free to contact us at 937-340-1867.

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTRO geese removal: Canadian Geese and their offspring

Baby Canadian geese, or goslings, typically stay with their parents for several months after hatching. Generally, goslings will stay with their parents through the summer and into the fall.

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