Hideaway for fish and useful for us


Fish need to hide when herons or racoons visit. I built bridges and a pergalo cover. It works!
Protective covers
Recently I put in a wedding arbor in also.
This is one of many painted statues I have around my garden; they add color and personality.
Natural waterfall filtered though plants
Waterfall this year

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  • Sherrie S
    on Mar 18, 2016

    @Terry S I finally solved my heron problem. I doubled the size and depth of the pond to a little over 3' and added a wall 17" above the pond in 2015. A little fishing line was also used to deter the bad bird. I have seen the heron trying to figure out how to fish there but he hasn't been able to do so.

    , New bog was also added This was taken in November 2015
  • Sherrie S
    on Mar 18, 2016

    Oh I forgot to ask where you found your frog because I want one like it.

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