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Nuisance peacock removal
Peacocks are very arresting and most especially the male ones that have the magnificent tail feather displays. For a very long time, these have been used within farms and estates as warning systems because they have very piercing cries. In wild situations, the birds can flock together and they have been known to cause lots of damage oncethey colonize a neighborhood. It therefore becomes very essential to control peacocks especially for the gardeners who want to protect the screen doors, siding, cars and tender plants among others. A trap and a gun won’t really help with the situation but you have to act smarter than them.
Peacock control in the garden
We are all in agreement as per how magnificent peacocks really are. They can howler be nuisance animals in the Dometic situations. There are so many stories of the birdsdigging garden beds and creating dust hollows within and also ripping those screen doors using talons. They also peck on the image they see reflected in the shiny cars.
You can blast them with a garden hose. But if you have a landscape which is quitehospitable and one that has plenty to eat, the peacocks eating plants can actually be an amazing way of life without your needing any kind of very serious intervention.
Male peacocks are known to be aggressive in their nature and most especially during the nesting season. They can attack other males and their own image in windows, reflective surfaces and skylights.
The best thing is not to feed the peacocks and when you can, hit them with a good amount of water. The garden beds can beprotected using wire fencing and thenuse brightly colored streamers all over planting spaces. The streamers will scare them if they try to get to the plants.
A dog can also be very helpful as it can chase them away. It may not be able to catch them or cause any kind of harm.
You can also use netting in the garden so as to protect your produce as it grows. Noise and persistence are very effective in deterring peacocks especially when they just want to remain in the garden.
You can also invest in a sprinkler system which has got motion sensors. This will make possible to get the animal sprayed when the sensors detect motion.