Please Sign Petition to Stop Wildlife “Services” From Killing Canada Geese

Photo copyright Jim Robertson

Photo copyright Jim Robertson

USDA Wildlife Services has been lethally removing Canada Geese from the Puget Sound area for 13 years under an interlocal agreement between several cities and entities within the region.  The geese are being rounded up in our parks and gassed to death or shot on Lake Washington, as well as elsewhere.  In 2013, nearly 1200 were killed by Wildlife Services in just King County alone.
Many humane solutions can be utilized to mitigate conflicts with geese in urban areas.  These include reduction of populations through egg addling, use of OvoControl-G (a proven oral birth control method for geese), and sterilization.  Various other measures to reduce conflicts include: landscape modifications, goose deterrent products and control techniques, automated devices to clean up goose droppings, and education and public outreach on the need to stop feeding waterfowl in our parks.

The members of the 2014 interlocal agreement to kill geese include Bellevue, Kent, Kirkland, Mountlake Terrace, Port of Seattle – Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Renton, Seattle Parks and Recreation, SeaTac, Tacoma Metro Parks, Tukwila, Woodinville, and the University of Washington.

Please sign the petition “Puget Sound Area Officials: Stop Killing Canada Geese” at
Also, please share the petition and like us on Facebook at
We must learn to share the earth with wildlife.

3 thoughts on “Please Sign Petition to Stop Wildlife “Services” From Killing Canada Geese

  1. Pingback: Please Sign Petition to Stop Wildlife “Services” From Killing Canada Geese | Exposing the Big Game | GarryRogers Nature Conservation

  2. This is going on everywhere near urban areas. The misnamed USDA wildlife services won’t stop no matter what animal they’re killing all at taxpayer expense. This is just horrid.

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