Canada Canadian Geese / Egyptian Geese / Shelducks, Peahen
Used Successfully for Pelicans / Flamingos / Swans* / Penguins
3-3/8" long x 2" wide (7.7 x 5 cm)
1 Egg for $5.25
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“Hi Melanie, We currently have 42 African Blackfooted Penguins, at the Seneca Park Zoo. Since we don't want the colony to grow any larger, for now, we need to occasionally pull eggs and give then dummy eggs. This Penguin is named Dassen. Your goose eggs do the trick.” — Kevin, Zookeeper / Aquarist
“We have trapped more than 80 pelicans over the past three years, and the porcelain eggs have been a big help in protecting real eggs from getting damaged. They are just the right size and shape to fool a pelican! Left alone, female birds will continually lay eggs; if the eggs are destroyed, they'll just lay more. Rather than constantly destroying eggs or ending up with lots of unwanted chicks, owners can replace the eggs with dummies immediately after they’re layed. The female will then incubate the dummy eggs indefinitely rather than laying new ones. Luckily for me, goose eggs (77 x 50 mm) have approximately the same dimensions as pelican eggs (70 x 45 mm).”
— Juliet Lamb, PhD Candidate, Clemson University
“Hi Melanie, I am scheduled to leave for fieldwork next Monday. I hope you can expedite the shipping so the 100 goose eggs get here before then.”— Thanks, LeAnn
C. LeAnn White, MPH, PhD, Branch Chief
Wildlife Epidemiology and Emerging Diseases
United States Geological Survey / National Wildlife Health Center
The United States Fish & Wildlife Service and The Humane Society of America, recommend obtaining 4 Dummy Goose Eggs per nest to help control over-population. Average clutch size 5 - 12, Incubation 35 Days.
*Swan eggs are 1-1/2" larger. Goose are the largest outdoor dummy eggs available.
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DummyEggs® manufactures and sells bird supplies to aid in reducing
complications from the natural and ongoing reproductive cycle of female birds.
We are not medical professionals or veterinarians.
Please consult with your avian veterinarian for all health concerns.