Fence Around Pond Keep Geese Out?


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I'm read that fencing around outside of pond will make it less attrative to geese to use the Pond in spring. I have a new pond this Summer and I put this around now so ready it the spring. Is it close enough to shore (about 2 feet away) or need to be closer? Will this help?

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I'm read that fencing around outside of pond will make it less attrative to geese to use the Pond in spring. I have a new pond this Summer and I put this around now so ready it the spring. Is it close enough to shore (about 2 feet away) or need to be closer? Will this help?

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Worth a try! But if these are geese that can fly I would think they might just fly in for a landing in the water.
 
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I'm thinking the same thing - if they can fly, why would they care if there's a fence? But hey - let us know how it goes!

Is this a liner pond or a natural? It's a lovely setting!
 
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Well, it should act as a good snow fence! Keeping geese out? Not so much. They might slightly alter their glide path before landing.
 
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Agree with above, it depends how big your pond is if they can land and take off
 

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