Goose Management Program
Everyone knows that Spring is on it's way when you hear the sound of the migrating Canadian Geese squawking through the air. The magnificent birds with there wings extended forming a V-shape as to point to their destination, slide gracefully through the subtle air. And then... there are the geese that remain with us almost all year long. With golf courses, mowed waterfront, and food to keep them, they leave us with an unsanitary land waste that ruins our waters and feeding that decimates our crops. The resident Canada Goose population has been increasing at an astonishing rate. The only way to prevent this problem is to manage in an ecological way. By using humane techniques geese populations can be maintained on your property. The program runs from March to Mid-May when nest activity is at it's peak.
Deer Management Program
Getting tired of seeing your prized trees or shrubs being destroyed by herbivores. The deer management program will help protect your landscape or forested areas by instituting a management plan to protect plants on your property. Forest and Water Solutions will work closely with you to establish and monitor these lurking animals by using management techniques to maintain your prized plants while still being able to co-exist with each other. Examples include: Deer Buster Fence Installation, Deer Proofing, Foliar Spraying, and approved other methods.
Beaver Management Program
Castor Canadenis are the most creative and inventive engineers on the planet. Not only do they build these phenomenal crafted dams they create specialized habitat that according to various studies increase local biodiversity. However, amazing as these creatures are they can also create havoc to a homeowner's property. Forest and Water Solutions will devise a way using expert knowledge to manage the property to keep beaver from flooding or damaging valuable timber. This includes: pond leveling, trapping, caging trees, dam removal and other methods. I will help you through the process of obtaining a permit from the Department of Environmental Conservation to help manage any problem issues.