Parks & Recreation
Managing the Canada Geese Population in Parks
From: Parks & Recreation, Sept. 2015
Parks are vital for community health, whether for sports, picnics, play
areas or relaxation. But flocks of previously migratory Canada geese,
drawn in recent years by food, water and safety, have settled yearround
in many parks, devouring turf, defecating abundantly and leaving
some areas virtually unusable.
Arkion Life Sciences: Protecting Commercial Facilities from Canada Geese
From: FacilityManagement.com, Aug. 2015
Commercial facilities require a level of safety and professionalism that’s difficult to achieve when dodging Canada geese droppings outside, or worse, tracking it into buildings.
New Goose Repellant Popular with Commercial Landscapers
From: Oakland Lakefront Lifestyles, May 2014
As most lakefront
homeowners know, some of the most unwelcome residents are Canadian geese,
which, once they settle in, don’t want to leave. Year round, they
devour lawns and soil property. People chose to locate near water for
the scenery, but not if geese droppings dominate the view.