i hve had muscoveys in the past and they would never leave my property . I had to get rid of my old ones 2 years ago and decided to get another pair last fall . up until 3 weeks ago they to would never leave my yard they would just either follow the geese around or stay in the run area . My female just laid 13 eggs and now they go EVERY WHERE . Our houses on the street are spaced from 20 feet apart to about 50 and they have gone as far down as about 30 houses . We found out they have been jumping in nieghbors kiddie pools taking a little swim and then going on their ways ,jumping into peoples koi ponds AND worse of all they are crossing the street . NOCK ON WOOD that when they have crossed iether there are no cars around or people get out of their cars and "shew" them off the street . Is there any reason why they are doing this ? Is it because they are breeding ? i dont want a eagle or hawk to get them (both have nests on our street ) or get eaten by a cyote or fox or even get hit by a car will this stop ??