As my profile says, I'm a groundskeeper. I've got 2 large properties/estates that I maintain and several small ones that I do simply because they're my neighbors. One of these properties/neighbors is doing something that irritates me. We live in a wonderful community that's wooded with many small lakes. We've got a lot of wildlife: squirrels, chipmunks, hawks, owls, raccoons, possums, ducks, geese, deer, etc. For the last few years, we've had an influx of wild ducks and Canadian geese. The weather has been so mild, many of them don't migrate anymore. Anyway, these folks live directly behind us on a small lake. The wife is particularly afraid of animals. They don't like, putting it nicely, the ducks or geese. For the last couple years, they resorted to bombing them with fire crackers whenever the birds left the lake and stepped onto their property. This year, they did the firecrackers for a while, but now, they've abandoned the firecrackers, and turned to BB & pellet guns. I can look out my back window, at odd times of the day or night, and see these people shooting at these birds whenever the birds step onto their property. This morning as on the past 2 mornings, I've watched the lady of the house, in her nightgown, chase them to the water's edge while at the same time blasting them with her lever action BB gun. It's become an obsession with them. I'm not into abusing animals or people who abuse animals. I've been trying to convince myself to continue doing the small amount of work I do for these people each year. I thought I had myself convinced to just ignore their behavior and continue working for them when I looked out the window this morning and saw her sitting in her lawn chair: She'd jump out of her chair, blast them with her BB gun, and chase them, nightgown flapping in the wind, back into the lake, and then continue shooting at them. My wife says, for the sake of neighborly harmony, I should ignore their behavior, and keep working for them. My gut reaction is to stay away from weird people; I'd be more comfortable telling them I'm too busy to work for them anymore, which, frankly, I am. I don't normally ask for advice, but I thought I'd ask your collective opinion. What to do?