Flight Control® Plus is the #1 Selling Goose Repellent available today.
Be the hero of your office or neighborhood.
Flight Control® Plus is the solution to your Canada Geese problems. Use Flight Control® Plus to humanely move geese to feeding and nesting grounds away from areas where human/goose interaction creates hazards and causes conflicts. Working side by side with the USDA, Arkion Life Sciences® developed Flight Control® Plus in 1997. The goal was to create a goose control product that would effectively repel geese without harming other wildlife or people. For the product to work best, it had to be odorless, waterproof, eco-friendly, long lasting, work 24/7 and be virtually undetectable by people. Flight Control® Plus will help you get rid of geese and give you real results without using noise, netting, wires, odor, or any interference with human or wildlife activity. Reclaim your outdoor space with Flight Control® Plus!
Flight Control® Plus Works by taking away a goose’s two basic needs — food & safety.
The appearance of turf treated with Flight Control® Plus is unnatural to Geese.
Once conditioned with the digestive reaction, the visual signal of the treated turf provides a warning to the geese to not eat and avoid the treated area.
Why Use Flight Control® Plus?
Flight Control® Plus has a unique patent and is unlike any other Canada Goose Repellent on the market today. Flight Control® Plus is NOT made from grapes, has NO ODOR, and will NOT wash off in rain or irrigation. See for yourself the difference between Flight Control® Plus and other repellents and goose control methods. Using Flight Control® Plus will also help you:
What will the geese do after I treat my turf with Flight Control® Plus?
- Geese will sample the area. They may react by shaking their heads, drinking water, pecking at their bellies and rubbing their necks. (Allow up to 45 minutes for response time). As the geese sample, the conditioning process begins.
- Geese will not die as a result of eating Flight Control® Plus. They may feed several times, drinking in between, while being conditioned to respond.
- Geese will learn that a treated area is not a good place to feed. Geese have no choice but to find an alternative food source. This conditioning usually takes one to two days, and the entire flock will need to sample the treated turf. New droppings should decrease, and existing droppings will continue to age if allowed to remain in the "drop zone", turning white with age.