There is a pair of Canadian geese that have laid, up to this time, 8 eggs on a second story ledge of the building I work in. The geese do attend to the eggs occasionally but not close to 23 hrs a day. My concern is if any of these eggs hatch, since the ledge is covered in rocks with no water source or food, the baby geese will have nothing to eat/drink and may even fall off the ledge to the ground below. Would be very sad. Is there anything that can be done if any of these eggs hatch? Who do we call?
Please contact Animals in Distress (367-1026). They can help you determine if the geese need to be moved or helped.