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Weekly Pond Talk - Whose Tracks Are These? | Cleaning a Pondless Feature

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Weekly Pond Talk - I am seeing quite a few tracks near my pond. Who do they belong to? | I have a small pondless fountain that's cloudy and slimy. What can I use to clean it?

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Q: I am seeing quite a few tracks near my pond. Who do they belong to?

Shawn of New Hudson, MI


A: Water attracts all sorts of critters. From bugs, birds and deer to reptiles, raccoons and muskrat - and even an occasional coyote or bear - wildlife of all shapes and sizes frequent ponds and lakes. If you're experiencing visitors near your pond, that's great! You should be excited to have the animals use it as a natural resource! To help you decipher what's leaving behind those tracks, here's a quick rundown of ... Read More >>

 
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Q: I have a small pondless fountain that's cloudy and slimy. What can I use to clean it?

Stephanie of Covington, GA


A: Pondless, fishless water features are known for being low maintenance – but even they get slimy and scummy and in need of some attention. Dust and debris blow into the water, leaves and twigs somehow find their way into the basin, and algae starts to grow on the surfaces. As all that stuff builds up and breaks down, you're left with a mess. Good thing it's an easy problem to manage ... Read More >>

 
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