Heron Stop…pond. The Heron Stop creates an impassable barrier that deters herons from getting too close and preying on your precious fish without blocking your view of the pond. Each pond heron deterrent kit contains 8 synthetic stakes 82' of nylon line and 8 jingle bells to protect up to 40' of shoreline. -->Read More »$24.99
Nite Guard Solar* Deter Nighttime Predators * LED Light Charges By Solar Panel * Activates At Dusk Protect your pond and decorative fish from nighttime predators with the Nite Guard Solar® predator deterrent. Animals that hunt and feed at night interpret the flashing red LED light on the Nite Guard Solar animal…Read More »$24.99
Bird-X Solar Yard Gard UltraSonic Predator Control* Humane & Eco-Friendly Pest Deterrent * Motion-Activated Ultrasonic Predator Control * Water & Weather Resistant; Protects Up To 3000 sq. ft Humanely keep pesky pest animals out of your yard and koi ponds without poisons or traps. Built-in infrared motion detector activates when pests move…Read More »$29.99
Flambeau Storm Front Mallard Decoy Pair…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 safety.Read More »$19.99
De-Coy-ote Decoy* Wind Activated Bird Deterrent * Running Motion Keeps Pesky Birds Away * Keeps Beaches and Shorelines Clean Flocks of geese can lay waste on your property and ruin years of healthy beaches shorelines and pond maintenance. Damaged grass wrecks soil quality. Keep pests away with the De-Coy-ote and…Read More »$69.95
…live-animal trap baited with cat food or tuna to trap and relocate them. If that does not work you can trick raccoons using the Nite Guard Solar deterrent. With solar-powered red LED Lights that are activated at dusk the Nite Guard Solar resembles a predator's flashing eyes scaring away the raccoon.
…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 hiding for their lives. To chase off unwanted visitors you can try a range of deterrents including…
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