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Nuisance Wildlife Rangers are certified wildlife specialists trained in the art of duck removal. You need a duck removal expert to safely, and effectively remove the geese from your home and decontaminate and sanitize the area to prevent further infestations. We close up all entry and exits that the ducks took to enter your home, this is called exclusion repair. Give us a call for a free inspection and free estimate. You are just one phone call away from getting rid of your duck problem today. We also handle all types of ducks, birds, egyptian ducks, and much more.

Complete Duck Removal Service

  • Duck Inspection and Estimate Included
  • Duck Removal or Extermination Included
  • Duck Droppings Sanitization Included
  • Duck Exclusion Included



    Egyptian Geese are also protected by federal law under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and should only be handled by Wildlife Removal Companies, such as Nuisance Wildlife Rangers that understand the federal laws that protect certain birds. These birds are native to Africa and started making their way over to North America in the 1970’s. Egyptian Geese are the most common exotic animal that can be found in Florida.

    We specialize in Egyptian Geese Removal, Egyptian Geese Trapping, and complete Egyptian Geese Control solutions.

    How Can You Keep Ducks Out Of The Pool?

    First things first, the main reason ducks are flocking to your pool is that they want to cool off, and that yes, you’ve guessed it, ducks are comfortable around water. And they’re fairly simple creatures – so if they see a quiet pool, they rarely stop and consider relative terms like private property.

    Pool toys may work.

    You probably wouldn’t have guessed this, since you know pool toys are just a bit of harmless fun. Well, it turns out ducks don’t know that, so leaving your pool toys (like your floats, tubes, and pool noodles) in the water while you’re away may be an ideal way to keep ducks out. Ducks will think them threats, and just move on.

    Sprinklers are also a great low-key deterrent.

    One thing we like about using water sprinklers as duck deterrents is that they’ve got a dual role here. On the one hand, they’re keeping the pesky flyers out of your swimming pool, and on the other, they’re watering your lawn, which is a necessity in its own right.

    Cover it up.

    Obviously, a readily available solution to your duck troubles is simply covering the pool when not in use. While this won’t actively keep the ducks out of the rest of your yard, it’ll protect your swimming water from duck feces, and other undesirables.

    Call Nuisance Wildlife Rangers

    Commonly ducks are non-migratory but seem to have seasonal movements to North America that may be linked to the availability to water. They prefer wetland habitats near rivers, dams, lakes, reservoirs, marshes, and the occasional offshore island. Egyptian Geese are excellent swimmers and can be easily distinguished from common Geese by the large dark brown circles around their eyes.

    Our Wildlife Experts have been specially trained to handle the removal of Egyptian Geese from your property. Nuisance Wildlife Rangers handles Egyptian Geese and other nuisance wildlife humanely and efficiently.



      How To Keep Ducks Out Of Your Swimming Pool

      Home owners tend to be in two minds about ducks – while some consider them hopelessly adorable, others see them as a pest that needs to be dealt with swiftly. Whichever suits you, there’s no denying that slipping on your swimsuit for a fun day in the pool is made considerably less so when you get into the yard and discover a family of ducks taking a dip, instead. If you’re struggling with duck problems in your swimming pool, and don’t know what to do about it, look no further, because we’ve got your back.

      The main idea behind using sprinklers to deter duck invasions is that ducks don’t want to be hit by water unexpectedly (much like you wouldn’t, either), and so tend to shy away from yards that’ll give them a lot of trouble.

      Simply install a few sprinklers around your pool, and enjoy a duck-free environment.

      One thing worth mentioning about using a pool cover is that you should be careful when removing it – make sure the duck feces doesn’t land into the water, as that would expose you and yours to possibly serious diseases.

      The pool cover does have one downside, however, in that it gets tedious covering and uncovering your pool during the hot months, when you’re using it regularly.

      Nowadays, you can buy all sorts of ultrasonic motion-activated duck and pest deterrents. The way these complex devices work, basically, is they sense the approach of an undesirable animal, and emit a high-frequency sound (that you wouldn’t hear), or flash a bright light, to ward the animal off.

      The downside to this sort of deterrent is that, if you have pets, it may also affect the hearing or sight of your pet.

      A surefire method for keeping ducks, as well as numerous other wildlife, off your property is to actually get a dog. Since ducks are scared creatures by nature, the presence of a large, curious canine will be enough to scare them off.

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