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The Bird Barrier Goose Guard Kit (sd-gs10) helps you to prevent geese from invading your space and messing around on your premises with this lifelike decoy of a dead goose. It can be place on land or on water for the geese to be alarmed and aware that an intruder is near or in the area. The decoy is placed in “agony” position and once seen by others, they will be convinced that a predator is nearby and just leave the area. To make it more effective, you place a minium of two decoys depending on how you use the product and the size of the area.
Each order comes with 2 goose decoys.
|Target pests:||Varies depending upon device. Generally, targets are smaller birds like sparrows and starlings and sometimes crows and geese.|
|For use in:||Where long-term exclusion products are not an option, like open air food courts, some roof settings, etc.|
|Shipping Weight:||5.50 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bird Barrier (Mfg. Number: sd-gs10)|
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Great so Far!
By William in Hawkinsville GA on 08/09/2016
We are in a commercial park and have had lots of problems with geese. They make such a mess so I wasn't sure if these would work or not, but decided to give them a try. I put two decoys out at the entrance to our building, and we have had no geese for two full weeks, even though I see them on adjoining properties.