Geese can be a property-maintenance problem throughout western Montana. Birds can inflict significant damage to property, while creating health-related problems if not properly addressed. Bird problems are often discovered at vacation properties and lake cabins while the properties are not being used. Bird problems for commercial and business properties are encountered often in this region. We employ techniques to remove the bird infestation from your vacation property or commercial building. We also provide services to ensure this problem does not reoccur.
- Scientific Name: Branta Canadenis
- Common Name: Canada Goose
- Largest of the 11 Sub-Species
- Average Weight Anywhere From 8-20 lbs.
- Easily Distinguishable Birds By Large Grey Bodies, Black Neck and Heads with a White Chinstrap
- Lifespan of 10-25 Years
- Feed for 12 Hours a Day
- Spend More Time On Land Than Water (Even Though They are Considered Waterfowl)
- Average Wingspan Reaches Anywhere from 4-5.5 feet
- Found in All of the Continental United States
- Estimated U.S. Population of 8 Million
- Population Doubles Every 3-5 Years
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Custom West Pest Control provides a eco-friendly solution for unwanted Geese.
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Our Eco-Friendly Goose Repellent Works in Two Ways:
- It gives geese a visual warning — Because geese see the world in the ultraviolet spectrum, our repellent contains a UV marker. When the repellent is applied to your turf, the geese will see grass that’s purple in color and speckled in pattern. This serves as a threat to geese, and they learn to distinguish between treated and untreated turf. But to humans, the turf looks completely normal. Additionally, it causes no harm to the grass.
- It causes indigestion — If the visual threat alone isn’t enough to keep geese away, the temporary after-effects will. When a goose consumes the grass treated with our repellent, it will experience digestive irritation within 20 minutes or so. It will bring no permanent harm to the goose whatsoever. They will refuse to eat any treated turf after they’ve experienced this stomach upset. Geese learn very quickly that it’s within their best interest to avoid treated turf. The geese will move on to a different location.