Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy
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  • Deter Pest Birds, Including Geese
  • Moves & Bobs With The Wind
  • Great Predator Decoy For Ponds & Water Gardens

The Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy is a realistic alligator head decoy that will effectively keep away geese and other pesky waterfowl. Its life-like eyes will flash in the light, as it moves in the wind and bobs in the water. The Gator Guard provides effective pond predator protection in areas where alligators do not live; the fear of alligators is instinctive, not learned.

Tech Specs

From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.

Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy
Gator Guard
Application Decoy
Dimensions (unfolded) 28" L x 14" W


Use a sufficient number of Gator Guards to cover the entire pond area. One Gator Guard can cover a small pond, but adding additional units increases coverage dramatically; when geese see more than one predator in a location, it presents a greater sense of danger.

When To Use

The Gator Guard should be used all season long to protect your pond from pesky waterfowl. Remove the Gator Guard before a deep freeze.


What others are saying

5 out of 5

Customer Rating

"Worked Better Than Expected"Dan Brown of San Jose, CA

My husband bought this for the golf course we play at. They are having a terrible time with geese. I had my reservations that this thing would work but 10 minutes into this thing being placed in one of the ponds those geese would not go into the pond. They were squawking and carrying on. Several hours later those geese were still spooked. The eyes in the unit are quite menacing in the sunlight. The only downside is that it does get stuck in any weed growth but I would imagine you could use some type of anchor to place it in the middle of a pond.

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3 out of 5

Customer Rating

"Now what"Tom of Holland, MI

I just opened my gator guard,I wonder where about on the frame is the best spot to tie the anchor. front, back middle. It does't say anything except to frame.

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