What Do Goose Tracks Look Like?

Finding goose tracks on the lawn is a major indication of infestation. People can usually tell when tracks belong to Canada geese because the pest's middle toe is longer than the two toes on either side of it. Geese have webbed feet and their tracks are typically four inches in length. Due to the distinct way the pests walk, goose tracks are slightly turned toward each other.

Problems & Removal

Geese cause multiple problems for property owners. The pests can be aggressive toward people and pets during breeding and nesting seasons. Their droppings accumulate quickly and often contaminate bodies of water. Finally, too many geese concentrated in one area damages lawns and crops through both trampling and grazing. The professional wildlife specialists at Critter Control have the skills, knowledge, and tools to properly remove the pests. Contact us upon discovering goose tracks.