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We don't have a yard....so, when I exit our building, walk to the corner and cross the street this is the view we had before they started putting in the temporary sewage canal that is now floating on top of the Ala Wai...
Its not his fault you're putting tastey easy to see fishes in a little pond =(
I was kidding, I would never hurt the little buggers, they have to live too. They were here, first, and they're losing their territory due to home construction. I just don't want to buy fish just to feed them.
I'm trying to avoid netting, if possible. I plan to enlarge the pond to 4-5' and bring the edges out quite a bit. Raccoons won't get in water that deep, so that should help.
Actually, I have two larger ponds (no waterfall) and two very small ponds that I maintain strictly for wildlife. In the late spring-summer time, the frogs drive me absolutely nuts with their croaking. They're very noisy during breeding season, and they go all night, but they do keep the 'squitoes down. I also have a few salamanders, snails and other usual garden pond suspects. I'll try to post some pic's of the other ponds, soon. Maybe today, after it's too hot to work outside.