Goose Control Links
Canadageese.org summarizes the benefits of using Border Collies for goose control.
GeesePeace — an organization dedicated to building better communities through innovative, effective and humane solutions to wildlife conflict.
For goose control work outside of northeast Ohio contact these service providers:
Regulatory Overview & Links
Federal and state regulations for the control of Canada geese are derived from the 1918 Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Federal regulations are established by the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (the Service). Ohio state regulations are established by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Division of Wildlife.
“All control activities, except those intended to either scare geese out of, or preclude them from using, a specific area, such as harassment, habitat management, or repellents, require a Federal permit . . .
Wild Geese Control’s hazing with dogs, which harasses geese, but does not harm them, does not require Federal or State permitting.