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Once registered, registrants and agents will be authorized to act under the depredation order.

Registrants may conduct resident Canada goose nest and egg destruction activities between March 1 and June 30.

While it may seem cruel, keeping the geese from having a successful nesting season is the most humane way of controlling their population.

This method is endorsed by the Humane Society of the United States.

There is no federal website registration or federal permit needed, but a state permit is required. Agricultural producers can apply for the permit by contacting the U. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services, P. Box 130, Moseley, VA 23120 Phone: (804) 739-7739 FAX: (804) 739-7738, (Physical address: 21321 Hull Street, Moseley, VA 23120).

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The Agricultural Depredation Order allows agricultural producers including landowners, operators, and tenants actively engaged in commercial agriculture to use certain lethal methods to control Resident Canada geese on lands that they personally control and where geese are damaging agricultural crops.

Activities allowed under this permit include the lethal take of Canada geese from May 1 through August 31.

All management actions must occur on the property controlled/managed by the applicant.

We maintain all records and prepare your year end report for you that must be sent in to US Fish and Wildlife.

The nest and egg depredation order for resident Canada geese authorizes private landowners and managers of public lands (landowners); homeowners' associations; and village, town, municipality, and county governments (local governments); and the employees or agents of any of these persons or entities to destroy resident Canada goose nests and eggs on property under their jurisdiction when necessary to resolve or prevent injury to people, property, agricultural crops, or other interests.