They poop all over our sidewalks, lawns, and cars, and are sometimes known to be aggressive towards humans: the Canada Goose.

Canada goose breeding populations were established in Colorado between 1955 and 1988 using geese transplanted from other areas. And while we love to hate them, they're pretty much here to stay year-round in Northern Colorado and in other parts of the state.

So since we can't get rid of all of them, we may as well learn what we can about them, and what we can and cannot do to control the population and keep them off of our lawns.

Below are 10 facts you may not know about the Canada Goose, population control, and methods of chasing them away.