“A group of students in the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom have recently experienced a real life “Angry Birds,” or in their case a furious Canada goose. From a report by Daily Mail, the goose nested in a nearby block of student flats and pounced on every passerby she considered a threat to her nestlings. While the incident might have happened in UK, it might as well have taken place in the animal’s native country of Canada.
Canada goose population have increased rapidly in the past few years, especially in the Greater Toronto Area. To contain the population, some people dip the eggs in kerosene to euthanize embryos. Animal control services such as Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control have taken more human approaches. For a more thorough and reliable job of containing waterfowl birds, such as Canadian goose, it’s better to hire professional animal control services. “