Strategies for Managing Canada Geese Booklet & videos

If you want a guide that will tell you almost every possible (Branta canadensis) Canada goose control technique as well as how effective those techniques are, this is the booklet for you. The book explains lethal and non-lethal goose control techniques. It contains information on suppliers as well. Fully documented. A must have guide for anyone struggling with Canada Geese problems in urban environments. This guide will tell you how to manage your goose damage.

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Canada goose suburban management videoSuburban Goose Management Searching for Balance

The number of Canada geese nesting and thriving in suburban areas has increased dramatically in recent years, creating nuisance problems. Many affected communities have been forced to examine goose management issues. Yet population control methods and their effectiveness are as varied as opinions on wildlife management issues Click here to Order

 

 

Managing urban canada geese"Managing Canada Geese In Urban Environments: A TechnicalGuide"
By Arthur E. Smith, Scott R. Craven, and Paul D. Curtis
42 Pages 81/2x11 size. Saddle Stitched booklet. 

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definitive canada goose control guideGoose Control Business Helps

If you want to get into the Goose Control Business then you might want to pick up "The Definitive Guide to Non Lethal Canada Goose Control" An informative and humane Handbook and Video that cuts out the clutter. All the bases are covered such as, equipment, techniques, supplier lists, visual demonstrations and program development. This is "must have material" for anyone serious about Canada goose control. Click here to Order

 

 

 

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11/9/03

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