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Duck Pond

  • Flambeau® Storm Front™ Mallard Decoy Pair

    4.8

    (32 reviews)

    …floating duck decoys. They can be used decoratively and make a wonderful conversation piece or placed into your small pond or water garden to attract the real thing. You can combine these mallard floating duck decoys for sale with Night Guard Solar and other predator deterrents for optimum pond
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    $19.99
  • Laguna Floating Pond Ducklings

    3.4

    (7 reviews)

    …Floating Pond Ducklings. Constructed of durable molded plastic and painted with realistic coloring and markings. Laguna Floating Pond Ducklings are designed with a bottom-mounted counter weight to keep the duckling floating upright. Two mounting rings allow you to anchor your floating pond ducks
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    $2.99 - 7.99
  • …fish any uneaten fish food will end up decaying at the bottom of the pond. Remember feeding fish too much or using a low quality food will increase the amount of fish waste adding to that muck layer. Other animals such as ducks and geese add their waste to the muck as well. Even without fish or…
    …Duckweed and watermeal colonies can provide a habitat for microscopic critters and forage for hungry ducks but the plants can reduce oxygen in the water if they grow to cover a lake or pond's surface. That could compromise fish health and cut off sunlight to underwater plants.Treat Effectively…
  • Bird-X 3D-Coyote Decoy

    2.6

    (12 reviews)

    * Deter Pests From Stopping At Your Pond * Life−like Tail Moves In the Wind * Durable Construction For Years Of Use The Bird-X 3D-Coyote Decoy will help control and deter common pests such as geese waterfowl ducks skunks rabbits and other rodents. The Coyote Decoys have a 3D build that makes…
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    $49.99
  • …neighboring ponds. Duckweed and leeches commonly hitch a ride on the feet of water foul like geese and ducks which are then introduced into your pond as they loiter in your yard. Whether or not you should let geese use your pond depends on what you want to use your pond for. If you use your pond for…