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2 months 11 hours ago #51632

Renae Maisano

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I put a plastic floating alligator in. It kept out duck and night swimmers
2 months 11 hours ago #51631

Melody Murray

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Floating alligator in the pool, if you have tall fencing you can affix the little iridescent windmills to it, along with the reflective ribbon. Also affix them to the railings at either end of the pool. There are noise devices that work and also automatic sprinklers.
2 months 11 hours ago #51630

Marianne King

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True story: We had Canadian Geese wreck havoc around our lake so we purchased real looking fake coyotes to scare them away which they did not do. During a property inspection a corporate inspector asked why we did not get real ones. Can't make this stuff up.
2 months 11 hours ago #51629

Linda Stradler Graham

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Floating swans help but sometimes blow away. Most pond companies sell weighted swans that work really well in ponds and pools.
2 months 11 hours ago #51628

Therese Cochran

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Really scary looking fake wolf's. With Fir and everything. Works for geese as well. 100% effective. I have also used cheap blow up beach balls and leave a bunch floating in the pool.
2 months 11 hours ago #51627

Teresa Smith

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Weight down a rubber snake. Let it float under the water.

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