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Duck Repellent Tips For Beginners

By Edited Jan 1, 2014 0 0

A Guide For Duck Deterrent

Ducks are cute birds when it comes down to it all. They have some magnificent colors and brighten up many people’s days. However, what happens when they start to get on your nerves? It seems hard to believe but these docile little creatures get on a lot of peoples nerves. For those that want to get rid of them peacefully, then this is the post for you. Most of these duck repellents are natural and easy to follow. I have never really had a whole lot of problems with these birds, however, I have trouble with many others.


Anyways, one of the first things that I do is to make sure that I am stopping all of the easy stuff that keeps them around. Its hard to believe but some of the most difficult situations are fixed by some of the most simplistic methods or solutions. This involves stopping the feeding if you are still doing it. Feeding ducks is a great way to keep them around, but is not a good idea if you want to get rid of them. I know that it is fun for you and the kids, but if your objective is to keep them off of your property, then it is better to just stop feeding the pretty little ducks.


The next step that I take involves using netting if they pond is small. The majority of people already know that these birds love to stay around ponds. They love to swim and live near water. Therefore, a bunch of people who have lakes and ponds are going to naturally have some of these creatures on there hands. Not too mention that they often have their eggs on the edges of the water in the tall grass. Well, for those that have small ponds, a great method of duck repellent involves putting netting over the pond. Another way to go about this involves the use of tape or band around the outer perimeter of the pond. The perimeter or barrier method works because ducks love to make an entrance – you know – the landing that will scare the junk out of you if you weren’t paying attention? Well, ducks like to fly into bodies of water at angle. As you could infer, it makes it more difficult for them to do so if there is a barrier around the pond. Anyways, thanks for reading these duck repellent and control tips. Hopefully these little tricks will work for you guys.



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