Geese Police uses repeated visits at unpredictable intervals to simulate the presence of predators at the site. Initially, this may involve more than one dog and handler. Within a short time the resident goose population will have declined by at least 90%, as they identify the area as unsafe due to the presence of predators. Because the natural attraction of grass and water will continue to bring new geese, Geese Police will continue to patrol at less frequent but constantly varying intervals. During the most active times of the year – the fall migratory season, and the early spring nesting season – Geese Police will patrol more frequently, and take additional measures to prevent nesting and hatching.
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Myths about Geese Removal
Decoys. Geese are not fooled by stationary decoys.
Sprays. Sprays are expensive, environmentally questionable, and washes off with rain
Sound Cannons, Strobe Lights. These annoy people as much as the geese and only work for a few minutes.
Dogs. Most dogs will bark at geese and chase them, but the geese see them as a minor nuisance, not a threat because they don't stalk as a predator would.
See Our dogs in action
Videos courtesy of Michael Wyatt, Geese Police Central Indiana