Canada Goose Deterrent & Exclusion Systems

Wild Goose Chase uses a variety of bird control deterrent products that effectively deter Canada geese from loafing and nesting in and around buildings and planters. The methods we use are site specific and we base our recommendations on a variety of observations and facts, including but not limited to geographic location, food sources, and building structures. 

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

  • Shock Track 

Used as a deterrent method to prevent perching and loafing on ledges and other surfaces. This system produces a harmless but noticeable electric pulse that deters nuisance birds from those areas. All surfaces are cleaned and prepped prior to installation. Electric track is adhered using a specific glue bond.

  • Handheld Lasers 

Specially designed lasers are used at pre-dawn or dusk to invoke a fright response. When properly used they provide a safe and humane method for scaring nuisance birds from a property without causing any harm to the animal or the environment. CAUTION: This bird control technique requires special training and certification in several areas due the potential harm to vehicle, human and air traffic! All Wild Goose Chase Handlers have been properly trained in the use of this device.

  • Agrilaser Autonomic 

The Agrilaser Autonomic is a fully automated bird repelling system, providing continuous bird deterrence with the use of a specialized laser keeping birds away 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

NON-ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

  • Grid System 

Grid Systems are an effective bird deterrent used to protect flat rooftops and large open spaces from gulls and other soaring birds. By suspending a series of lines above the surface area in the form of a grid, an uncomfortable landing zone for soaring birds is created, which teaches them to find new areas to roost and nest. Grids sections are custom designed based on the type of desired species to control and roof area.

  • Wire Spiders 

Thin, stainless steel rods rotate in the breeze and wave menacingly, interfering with birds as they attempt to land deterring gulls, pigeons, and other large birds, from landing in open spaces such as flat roofs or air conditioning units, as well as on street lights and other hard-to-protect areas. It is inconspicuous from short distances and practically invisible from 50 feet or more. Its unobtrusive design allows for use in even high visibility areas like shopping/walking promenades and parking lots.

  • Custom Metal Work or Carpentry 

We have an inhouse machine shop and union carpenter on staff that has the ability to build custom structural deterrents for areas such as planter boxes, rooftops and other places where Canada geese like to loaf or nest.