The Canada goose pest poses serious – and potentially fatal – health risks caused from E.coli and histoplasmosis contamination. The latter is a microscopic fungus (H. capsulatum) which thrives in the rich soil that develops as a result of accumulated bird droppings. If the fungal spores are disturbed and become airborne, those who breathe them in can become infected and possibly develop a lung disease.
In addition to their droppings becoming a slipping hazard, another safety concern for humans is the danger of being attacked. During nesting season, these geese are known to be very territorial and quite aggressive; which makes them a threat to your family, friends, employees and co-workers.
If you have a Canada geese pest issue, then taking care of the problem quickly should be at the forefront of your mind.