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Domestic Goose control

keep your home safe from canada geese

Let's talk about your pest problem. Call Beaver Pest Control London on 020 8355 3443

Fast and effective goose control for London & the South East

The Canada Geese population has been growing in the UK over the last 30 years. Whilst for the most part these birds are content with staying beside lakes and rivers; when they move further afield and come into contact with urban environments they can cause distress and damage. If you are having issues with geese on your property, contact one of our surveyors today to discuss our range canada geese control methods that could help.


Our helpful, friendly teams are here to help you at each step of your journey to a pest free home.

1. Dedicated Customer Service

We are always available for advice and offer 24/7 out of hours phone line for urgent requests.

2. Survey

One of our expert surveyors will attend the property to assess options for proofing and discuss with you how to proceed.

3. Proofing

One of our specialist bird control technicians will install the recommended proofing system for your home.

4. Recommendations

Our technician will provide any advice on how to maintain a bird-free home and how to maintain the proofing system.

Specialist Services


Revolutionary bird scaring system using innovative technology to provide effective and long-term bird deterrent.

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Minimally visible electric bird control system that uses a small electrostatic pulse to scare birds away.

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Bird Gel, placed in small plastic trays, reflects UV light appearing to birds as flames.

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How do I know if I have a Geese problem?

If you think you’ve spotted signs of a problem with Canada Geese, you’re in the right place. This quick guide to Canada Geese will help you understand what you are dealing with.

Originally introduced in the 17th Century, Canada Geese have become a common sight in rural and suburban areas across London and the South East. Often found around rivers, lakes and marshes, these birds can be found in large numbers. Breeding season for Canada Geese takes place in late March and April. They lay 5-7 eggs at a time in large nests. The young will hatch after 28-30 days and the young will be unable to fly for 10 weeks. Canada Geese are very protective of their young and it is not uncommon for people to be attacked by geese if they approach young goslings.

At Beaver we practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This is a sustainable approach to managing pests by combining biological, cultural, physical and chemical tools in a way that minimises economic, health, and environmental risks.

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