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GeesePeace is a 501(c)(3) all volunteer nonprofit organization.
We work in cooperation with
Missouri Department of Conservation
Humane Society of Missouri
Wildlife Rescue Center
Some Questions You May Have About Canada Geese
Q: What are Canada geese doing in Missouri?
A: The name “Canada geese” is misleading. Not all Canada geese are actually from Canada! Canada geese who nest in Missouri during the spring are native to this area. They are descendants of geese who lived in the Midwest for thousands of years.
Q: Help! I have a pair of Canada geese nesting near a door at work! A goose
chases anyone who comes near the door. What is going on? What can I do?
A: Spring is the Canada goose nesting season. Sometimes a pair of Canada geese will nest in an area that may create a problem. For example, a pair may nest in a planter box or a mulch pile near near an entrance. The pair will patrol the area where they intend to place a nest. After the mother goose has laid all of her eggs, she will sit on the eggs (incubation) for approximately a month. During that time, the father goose will instinctively guard the area.
GeesePeace recommends that the property owner contact one of the following companies to remove the nest and encourage the geese to move elsewhere. These companies follow protocol approved by the Humane Society of the United States and will obtain the required US Fish and Wildlife registration for your site. Canada geese, their nests, and eggs are protected under Federal Law and should not be touched without this registration.
These companies are approved by GeesePeace St. Louis. They use a humane protocol in the treatment of the geese.
Humane Goose Control 314-
Another Wild Goose Chase 636-
Gateway Goose Control 314-
If possible, try to avoid coming near the nest or use an alternate entrance. If unavoidable, use an open umbrella or trash can lid as a shield between you and the protective goose.
Q: Our homeowners association / business facility would like to humanely
control the number of geese on our property. What can we do?
A: Please leave your name, telephone number with area code, and a message on our voicemail (314-
Q: I see an injured goose. Who should I call?
A: Please call
Wildlife Rescue Center of MO 636-
GeesePeace St. Louis
PO Box 6246
Chesterfield, MO 63006-
GeesePeace St. Louis