why roundups don't work
It seems logical. Destroy the Geese and the problem will go away.
The truth is that Geese from surrounding areas will move in and you will be back where you started.
For this reason, agencies that perform these roundups have not offered money back guarantees.
Roundups are conducted in July when Geese have molted and can no longer fly.
After the molt, in early August, Geese will start pond hopping and foraging for food.
At this point a new flock of Geese will relocate to your area.
do the math - three thousand dollars buys you almost 2 months without Geese
you can achieve better results with less if you apply strategy and science.
grassroots group saves the geese
by DAVID GOLDSCHMIDT
July 19, 2006
Three days was all it took.
Saturday morning, June 3, I arrived at Collins Park in Scotia with my wife, Kat. As the rain fell, we met up with Laura and Matt Brown, residents of Scotia. We counted almost 200 Canada geese, the very ones sentenced to death in the coming weeks at the behest of the Scotia village board... CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY...