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Too Many Geese On Your Pond? Here’s How To Fix It!

  • September 8, 2022
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Having a pond can be a relaxing place to spend time outdoors. The last thing you want to deal with are geese hanging around your pond. While geese are beautiful creatures, they can be a nuisance as they create problems for pond owners. It is a natural occurrence for wildlife to gather around large bodies of water, such as ponds and lakes. When it comes to Canadian geese, they tend to gather during the fall, spring, and winter seasons. In this article, we’ll go over a few ways to help deter geese around your pond.

Using Predator Decoys

One way to deter geese from gathering at your pond is by implementing predator decoys. These can come in the form of swan, alligator, or coyote decoys. The replica decoys should be placed where geese can spot them as they fly over. This will stop the geese from landing near or at your pond in the first place. Swan decoys work because real swans are very territorial and aggressive toward geese. Therefore, when geese see these fake decoys, they will go away. Like any other animal, geese fear alligators and coyotes, so using these lifelike decoys will also deter them from even landing near your pond.

Reducing Open Spaces

Geese can be a massive nuisance because they make loud noises and leave up to four pounds of waste around your pond. Since geese love open spaces, especially near a body of water, another good tip would be to reduce the area around your pond. You can do this by planting bushes and a variety of plants. It is also important not to feed the geese you find because they will keep returning.

Add an Away With Geese Unit

One helpful strategy is to use an Away with Geese-Land Unit or Away with Geese-Water Unit. This unit works great within 75 yards in and around your pond. It is best to keep it nearby and in the line of sight. The units feature flashing lights that cause a disturbance in the sleep patterns of geese. Moreover, the amber lights are barely noticeable to humans and other pets, so they won’t cause disruption. It runs on solar-powered batteries that recharge during the day. The away with geese unit is safe and environmentally friendly. Rest assured that by utilizing these strategies, you will successfully keep away geese, leaving you to enjoy your pond.

At Outdoor Water Solutions, we offer a variety of pond aerators & solar pond aerators providing you with the options needed to pick the perfect pond aerator for your pond. We always enjoy working with clients on ways to improve the quality of their ponds’ health so, if you have any questions or would like more information on our solar pond aerators, contact us at 866.471.1614 today!


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