Month: July 2022

Keeping Your Bird Deterrents in Good Shape Season after Season

July 26, 2022
Your investment in bird deterrent devices and structures is an investment in the health, safety and appearance of your building. It’s important to make sure you also invest a little time in keeping them in good condition. Many factors, including weather and the persistent efforts of the bird population to... Read More

How to Keep Your Bird Deterrents in Good Shape Season after Season

July 26, 2022
Your investment in bird deterrent devices and structures is an investment in the health, safety and appearance of your building. It’s important to make sure you also invest a little time in keeping them in good condition. Many factors, including weather and the persistent efforts of the bird population to... Read More

Summer Fun

July 20, 2022
At Wild Goose Chase, we have fun in the off season! This past June, Shayna Taylor, WGC manager and handler, spent a week at Camp Dogwood with her work dog Penny. Shayna describes that, “Experiencing a summer camp environment with my dog was an incredible bonding experience! We did a... Read More

Summertime Goose Control Starts in the Grass

July 13, 2022
In the summer, Canada geese begin their molt phase and are increasingly seen in grassy areas. The molt phase is when the birds lose their flight feathers and need to grow new ones. The molting season is nature’s way of forcing the geese to stay put and wait for goslings... Read More

Summertime Goose Management Starts in the Grass

July 13, 2022
In the summer, Canada geese begin their molt phase and are increasingly seen in grassy areas. The molt phase is when the birds lose their flight feathers and need to grow new ones. The molting season is nature’s way of forcing the geese to stay put and wait for goslings... Read More

Summertime Goose Conflict Management Starts in the Grass

July 13, 2022
In the summer, Canada geese begin their molt phase and are increasingly seen in grassy areas. The molt phase is when the birds lose their flight feathers and need to grow new ones. The molting season is nature’s way of forcing the geese to stay put and wait for goslings... Read More