The first geese of spring officially landed at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge in Alaska on April 9th and were greeted with a song.
Not everyone is displeased with the arrival of Canada geese on their property, especially in the wilds of Alaska. In fact, they are so happy for the sign of Spring after a long, dark winter, they greet them with a song.
Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Ohio Geese Control embraces nature and animals, and respects Canada geese and their habitat. We do everything we can to humanely migrate them out of urban areas, where conflicts with man exist. We work with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and only implement approved tactics.
We want everyone to enjoy the outdoors.