The Cox Arboretum Metro Park in Dayton, Ohio has a handsome border collie named Zipp that is trained to keep the Canada geese away, but allows the less problematic ducks to stay. It is a safe and humane solution. I would think a border collie with less specialized training would keep the ducks away too.
you dont keep ducks in a pond
hmm, can you actually see it. hose it in maybe
scare them Another Answer: Don't give them any reason to stay such as giving them food.
No I have no Idea but the answer is yes because people hunt to kill mallard ducks
A good fish pond will attract all sorts of animals, you should be pleased you have Ducks visiting yours. They do no harm to the pond or fish and will help to keep it healthy and free of weed.
It can be difficult to get ducks out of your yard once they are in there. If you can bother the mother duck enough that she leaves the yard, she will call the chicks to her and they will follow her out. The only other solution is to trap the ducks and move them. Just be sure to get all of the baby ducks, along with the mother. They cannot survive without her.
Call your nearest wildlife rehabilitator and see if they can give the name of an organization that can safely remove the ducks. However, if you have a mother sitting on her nest, it is illegal to remove her. If I was you I'd take advantage of the situation and see if the newspaper will do a story on your ducks. That always makes a good human interest story.
A paddling of ducks, a raft of ducks, a team of ducks, a dopping of ducks
Ducks fly in flocks when they migrate. A group of ducks is a paddling of ducks, a raft of ducks, a team of ducks, a dopping of ducks.
all the ducks is like ' all the ducks in the world ' but all of the ducks is ' all of the ducks in our farm'