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Geese Control

  • Floating Swan Decoy Pair

    4.1

    (109 reviews)

    …From Geese * Use On Land or In Water * Durable Construction For Years Of Use Deter geese save money & time by reducing the need for chemicals and further decorate your water feature with this Floating Swan Decoy Pair for sale. Swans are very territorial animals as they naturally compete with geese
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    $99.99
  • Bird-X 3D-Coyote Decoy

    2.6

    (12 reviews)

    …Your Pond * Life−like Tail Moves In the Wind * Durable Construction For Years Of Use The Bird-X 3D-Coyote Decoy will help control and deter common pests such as geese waterfowl ducks skunks rabbits and other rodents. The Coyote Decoys have a 3D build that makes them visible from all angles…
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    $49.99
  • Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy

    4.0

    (8 reviews)

    * Deter Pest Birds Including Geese * Moves & Bobs With The Wind * Great Predator Decoy For Ponds & Water Gardens The Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy is a realistic alligator head decoy that will effectively keep away geese and other pesky waterfowl. Its life-like eyes will flash in the light as it…
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    $39.99
  • …control.Re-treat As Needed Due to the fact that pond cattails have a robust root base multiple treatments may be necessary to properly gain control. Once under control they will make a nice addition to your landscape and encourage wildlife to call your pond home. Begin your shoreline maintenance…
  • Aquascape® Floating Alligator Decoy

    4.7

    (6 reviews)

    * Deter Pest Birds Including Geese * Floats Freely On The Pond Surface * Natural Body Movement Creates Lifelike Appearance The Aquascape® Floating Alligator Decoy has three hinged body parts allowing for unfettered movement and creating a deceptive life-like appearance sure to deter predators…
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    $43.98
  • …all types of creatures to your pond some more desirable than others. Muskrats geese snapping turtles raccoons and herons may make a list of animals you do not want on your property. We will go different predator control strategies based on the type of animal you may want to keep at bay. Herons A…
    …fix to weed and algae control. If left in the pond the decaying plant material turns into nutrient-rich pond muck that continues to fuel weed and algae growth. The pond then enters a continuous cycle of reactive treatments leaving you the pond owner to use chemicals to control growth. A pond at this…