I've raised ducks for 7 years but roosting is new to me- I am 9 months into raising my muscovy duck. We have a roosting area in the coop that's sufficient at night and if they hang out there during the day but most of the daytime they free range our backyard. Lucy, my muscovy, has taken to using our new patio walls as her favorite roosting spot in the yard. As you can see in the picture- I can't keep up with the poo. We clipped her wing, so she can't roost much higher than that. I need some help brainstorming on how I can deter her from roosting on the wall area. She only has access from the direction the picture was taken (on the side open to the yard). Of course I don't mind her being there, but it becomes her main pooping spot. It's too much, especially in the warmer months when that is used as a seating area! I'm wondering if there's something I can keep there to deter her when I'm not out there to keep her off of it. Any ideas or suggestions would be much appreciated!