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  • The Pond Guy® Blue Heron Decoy

    3.8

    (108 reviews)

    …fish with a heron decoy. Herons are very territorial birds; when the decoy is placed near a pond other herons will avoid conflict and find a different feeding spot! The Pond Guy Blue Heron Decoy deters problematic herons from visiting your pond and doubles as a realistic blue heron pond decoration.…
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    $39.99
  • Heron Stop

    4.2

    (10 reviews)

    * Stop Herons In Their Tracks * Protect Up To 40' of Shoreline * Prevent Herons From Approaching Your Pond The Heron Stop is very easy to install and prevents herons from approaching your pond. The Heron Stop creates an impassable barrier that deters herons from getting too close and preying on your…
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    $24.99
  • Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelters

    4.8

    (34 reviews)

    * Provide Hiding Places For Fish * Keep Fish Safe From Predators * Multiple Sizes To Fit Your Pond Tired of blue herons and other pond predators snacking on your fish? The Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelter is the perfect solution for ponders looking to provide a hiding place for koi and other pond fish.…
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    $9.99 - 49.99
  • Heron Stop Spinner

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    * Protect Your Fish From Herons * Scares Birds With Spinner Action * Features A Bird Of Prey Eye * Covers 55 Sq. Ft. Protect your koi fish from predators while adding a visually appealing piece of art to your pond. The Heron Stop Spinner effectively scares away herons and different objectionable…
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    $39.99
  • Heron Stop Reflector

    4.0

    (5 reviews)

    * Keep Herons At A Distance * Provides Constant Reflection * Features Bird Of Prey Eyes The growing heron population is a problem for pond lovers. Fish are the main feed of blue herons. The Heron Stop Reflector can bring relief to your fish. Featuring the holographic bird of prey eye and the 6…
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    $39.99
  • Atlantic® Pond & Garden Protector Net Kits

    4.6

    (51 reviews)

    …cover makes an ideal instant line of defense for plants and expensive koi against many types of predators and herbivores including osprey hawks herons egrets kingfishers rabbits and raccoons that may visit in your absence. The Atlantic Pond Protection Net also allows for sunlight and optimum plant…
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    $83.99 - 96.99
  • …be when a heron has yet to discover your pond and should only be used after mating season. The theory is that herons often hunt alone and do not want to fight for their fishing spot so if they see a heron decoy near the pond they will seek an alternative body of water. Remember herons are very…
  • Aquascape® Faux Log Fish Cave

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    * Keep Pond Fish Safe From Herons* Ideal for Small to Medium Ponds* Great as a Decorative Garden Accent Keep your pond fish safe from herons and other predators. Aquascape Faux Log Fish Cave has a natural-looking faux wood design to provide shelter for koi and other pond fish. Blends in well with…
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    $103.98
  • De-Coy-ote Decoy

    …pests away with the De-Coy-ote and let the wind do the work. Sudden movement makes this coyote decoy a successful deterrent against pesky geese herons and other birds. The wind activated spring action movement gives the appearance that it is in running motion. This high resolution life-sized image…
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    $69.95
  • …dye - along with some predator control - will go a long way in protecting your fish. Koi and goldfish will dart to your pond's dark depths when a heron or raccoon threatens them. The pond dye serves a similar purpose.* Aesthetics: Of course aesthetics remain an important reason why folks use dye in…
    …bay. Herons A common problem for pond owners is the great blue heron flying above looking for a bit of their favorite snack: fish. There are many tools out there to to discourage the heron to stop at your pond: * Use a heron decoy. Herons are territorial and so if they see that another heron has…
    …as needed.Predators Imagine looking up and seeing a clawed paw grab for you or a sharp beak slice through the water. Predators like raccoons and herons love a good sushi dinner - and that's how they see your fish! If your pond and its inhabitants have been visited by hungry predators your fish are…