OUR DOGS AND EXPERIENCED HANDLERS WILL SAFELY AND ETHICALLY REMOVE THE GEESE FROM YOUR PROPERTY.
Canadian Geese Remediation
While Canada geese are considered to be a valuable natural resource by many, their population explosion has created a serious problem on Long Island.
An adult goose can destroy up to five square feet of turf per day. They will leave up to a pound of waste in their path creating a potential health hazard. Nesting birds can display aggressive behavior and they also create safety hazards near roads and parking areas. If nothing is done to deter these birds the problem will only grow more acute.
Environmental Geese Control can control this problem for you. We solve the problem by patrolling your grounds several times a day with highly trained herding dogs. These dogs, Border Collies, are trained to herd, harass and discourage the birds from frequenting the area but they will not harm the animals. Canada geese are protected by Federal and State
law. Border Collies are recommended by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Humane Society due to their highly evolved herding instincts. The dogs are controlled by handlers with years of experience and numerous awards from the American Kennel Club in Obedience and Agility competitions. You will never
be disturbed by our services. Our handlers are very sensitive to the special needs of their clients.
As a fully insured company based on Long Island, we can supply prompt, efficient and reasonably priced service where ever and whenever you need it. For more information, a free assessment of your problem and a free demonstration of our service please contact us.
It is amazing not to see any geese at Timber Point and West Sayville. The fairways and ponds are clear of geese and it is a pleasure to enjoy a game of golf there now.
Robert BuckleyRetired CEO
I never realized there was a company that did this type of service. The school district has hired Environmental Geese Control and it’s wonderful. The school fields are now clear of geese and I am pleased that my kids are not falling and rolling in the mess that the geese leave behind anymore when they are playing Lacrosse.