Canine Canada Geese Control With Long Lasting Effects
Our Certified Training at Work for You - SINCE 2011
We approach each location as a unique setting and can adjust our program to solve your specific problems. Our employees have Certified Training from the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA). Our handlers will direct our goosedogs to "herd" or chase the geese off grassy areas and water. RMGC will also work with you to develop or refine your Canada Geese management plan to fit your budget. Because we are a locally owned and operated family business we take pride in keeping you geese free.
We comply with theMigratory Bird treaty of 1918 and PeTA.
We hold a VALID CLASS B NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL PERMIT with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources to humanely Addle Canada Goose eggs and remove their nests as required by the USFWS. Egg addling refers to any process used to stop the development of the embryo. This process is done in early spring during the period when geese are nesting and within 14 days of incubation.
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At RMGC, we have taken care to provide our customers a high quality service, since 2011, personalized for their unique needs to humanely get rid of nuisance wild geese using sheep herding methods. Our trained herding dogs play a crucial role in controlling the Canada geese on our clients' properties on land and in water.
Our handlers will visit your property at various times of the day or even night. By varying our times, the geese will think that there are multiple predators on the property and will be forced to find different and safer places to nest and forage.
We are constantly researching the latest in Canada geese migration patterns, habits and issues they cause to our environment and health.
Our goal is to help our customers create a friendly balance between humans and the wild Canada geese that take a liking to our man made habitats.
Why does Our Certified Wild Geese Control Work?
Geese Management is a skill we learned and developed to understand the behavior and needs of geese during each season to help lower their impact on properties and leave. RMGC has the experience and training to understand Canada geese behavior, and how each season affects their needs. This knowledge and experience enables us to successfully implement the proper control techniques for your property.
Our intense, CERTIFIED training at the NWCOA taught us most everything we need to know about Canada Geese biology, nesting habits, fears, migration, canine geese control and flock behavior.
Our Certified and Professional Handlers apply predatory pressure through daily canine patrols. If the wild geese population is high we may initially perform several canine patrols a day to disrupt their feeding pattern. Once the geese, that have been accustomed to calmly foraging on your property, realize their feeding site has predators, they will leave to find a safer place.
Our humane methods are endorsed and supported by the two largest advocates for the fair treatment of geese.
"The most effective way to scare geese away is with trained goose-herding dogs. Herding dogs convince geese they are not safe from predators."
- The Humane Society of the United States
"Hazing geese involves chasing them from the site each time that they arrive. Consistent and persistent application is the key to successful hazing. Not only must geese be
hazed every time they arrive, the
harassment must also continue until they leave entirely."
RMGC has been serving the Chicagoland suburbs since 2011. Thousands of wild Canada Geese chased off properties without ever harming a single goose.
Certified Geese Management - Since 2011
OUR GOOSE DOGS IN ACTION!
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"Tom and his amazing team of handlers and dogs are very knowledgeable and experienced. Their dedication to continued education and training makes them a step above the competition."