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A Web site has been developed specifically for this purpose (registration process), and provides additional information on the program.The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) and the U. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services Program are continuing to work together to offer Virginia farmers this important tool to manage problems caused by Resident Canada geese.The Landowner Annual Report Form issued with the Permit should be used to keep a record of all control activities and must be returned to the VDGIF by September 30.Additional information including the terms and conditions of the permit are listed on the application and are available from the USDA.Specific “Depredation Orders” have been developed that allow landowners to remove Canada geese at airports, in agricultural area, and in other areas where they are causing conflicts with human populations.One of these depredation orders, the Nest and Egg Depredation Order, allows landowners to destroy resident Canada goose nests and eggs. No permit is required, but you must register with the USFWS in order to conduct this activity.
Based on this EIS, the USFWS revised the Federal Regulations that pertain to resident Canada geese.The permit is free and is available through a cooperative program being offered by the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) and the U. The USDA will collect information from the applicant on the amount and type of damage being caused by the geese.This information will be passed along to VDGIF who will issue a Permit and a Landowner Annual Report Form to landowners that qualify for the program.All management actions must occur on the property controlled/managed by the applicant.Geese may not be taken using hunting methods such as decoys and calls.
The Agricultural Depredation Order is somewhat different in that it is administered by the state agencies and state authorization is required to conduct this control.