The Agrilaser Handheld at nursing home Fleurâge Residences
The geese problem was caused by 150 Egyptian geese, they caused a tremendous racket each morning on the estate of luxury nursing home Fleurâge Residences in Bloemendaal. But when manager Jos Drion got the Agrilaser Handheld the problem was resolved within four days.
Company: Nursing home Fleurâge Residences
Location: Bloemendaal, The Netherlands
Product: Agrilaser Handheld
Reason: Noise pollution by Egyptian geese
In use since: Januari 2016
• 100% less Egyptian geese
• Problem solved within 4 days
• Permanent solution
• Reduction of noise pollution
• More living and domestic comfort for residents
The luxurious nursing home Fleurâge Residences in Bloemendaal is located on a large estate full of trees, grass and water. This is not only greatly appreciated by the residents, but also by 150 Egyptian geese. Since the latter made an enormous noise every morning, this caused much unrest and nuisance. Jos Drion, manager of the nursing home, could do little to do stop this. Egyptian geese are protected and can therefore not be shot. And since Egyptian geese adapt quickly, fire crackers and other tricks are effective only temporarily.
Results after use
The manager of the nursing home got started with the laser on the 4th of January. “At dawn I walked through the garden to chase away the Egyptian geese. Already after four days they were gone!” Additional advantage was that other animals such as ducks, coots and songbirds, returned. The result: Calm has been restored and desired animals such as ducks, coots and songbirds have returned.
Egyptian geese problem resolved within 4 days with Agrilaser Handheld at nursing home Fleurâge Residences
150 Egyptian geese caused a tremendous racket each morning on the estate of luxury nursing home Fleurâge Residences in Bloemendaal. But when manager Jos Drion got the Agrilaser Handheld the geese problem was resolved within four days.
Whoever watches the video of Fleurâge Residences in Bloemendaal will realize: this is not just a nursing home. Proud owner and manager Jos Drion tells about it. “On an old country estate in the center of Bloemendaal we offer a luxurious form of care for the elderly. In an oasis of tranquility with many trees, grass and water we give people very nice last years.”
One problem: this oasis is also extremely valued by Egyptian geese. “They formed an enormous plague on our estate. Sometimes I counted 150 of them. These beasts have the nasty habit to quarrel about their territory at the first peep of dawn. This gives a tremendous noise. Just put 150 of these geese in front of your bedroom window.” Apart from the noise Egyptian geese chase away animals that are desired indeed, such as coots, ducks and songbirds.
Since the Egyptian goose is a protected species, the municipality could do nothing. Therefore Drion had a look on the internet to learn how airports deal with this problem. At this he stumbled across a video of Bird Control Group. “I knew at once: that is what I want. Therefore I immediately bought a Agrilaser Handheld.”
The manager of the nursing home got started with the laser on the 4th of January. “At dawn I walked through the garden to chase away the Egyptian geese. Already after four days they were gone. And they stay away.” Additional benefit is that the other bird species, which are desired indeed, returned.
Ever since the Agrilaser Handheld is always within easy reach of Drion. “Whenever a new pair of them approaches, I can easily take action from the roof. And what is ever so nice: even though such an Egyptian goose is situated between ducks that are welcome indeed, I can scare away only the Egyptian goose with the Agrilaser.”
Drion observes that the departure of the Egyptian geese brings a lot of tranquility. He therefore speaks about an “absolute success.” “Otherwise you have to get going with fire crackers while Egyptian geese quickly learn how to cope with inconveniences. But fortunately for this laser beam they are not clever enough.”