Summer months are upon us. Backyard swimming pools are being cleaned and prepared for summer fun. Pool toys are being checked out, inflated, or new ones are being bought. Patio furniture is being hosed off and the chair paddings are coming out. Barbeques are being scheduled. Want to keep the fun going? Goose control is a must.
There are more birds and geese bathing in backyard pools than ever before. Their natural habitats are becoming fewer, and golf courses and parks are getting smart and using geese and bird control. Where do the geese have to go other than your back yard? Your pool is the perfect bird bath for your feathered foe. Get rid of geese from your pool and backyard with goose control methods that have been proven to work. There is very little time involved and will not take away from your fun in the sun at all.
There are a few scare tactics that can be used to keep the birds off and keep geese away. An outdoor sound device will cover a lot of territory. The internal speaker on this sound bird deterrent will cover 1-acre of land. The device plays recorded goose distress calls. They sound every ten minutes to alert the geese to danger. Geese will hear the calls and fly away to find another water source.
Another scare tactic that works for geese is a motion activated sprinkler. This bird control product is good for large areas. It covers 35’ out by 45’ wide. It hooks up to a regular garden hose. The infrared sensor detects a large bird or geese and releases an immediate spray of water. Birds will associate the area with being sprayed and will want to avoid it.
There are scare balloons that can be partially filled with water and float in your pool or hot tub. The scare balloon bird deterrent has mock predator eyes and bright colors that scare birds away. It is the size of an average beach ball and can be played with in the pool. It will be one pool toy that does not need to be taken out of the pool at the end of the day.