http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/clear-netting.html small holes though
The problem with that small netting, frogs small birds, dragon flies get trapped and die.
Thanks addy. The reason I'm thinking of installing the netting is I just lost 4 nice wakins to blue heron last week, still feel the pain.....
i've installed the fishing lines around the perimeter and across the pond but I'm not 100% sure if this will stop the heron from getting into the pond and eating the fish again
Me too love my netting. It's black but that make it easier for any flying critters to avoid making a crash dive into it and getting all tangled up. It works 100% on Mr Heron. He walks around the perimeter once in a great while w/quite the frustrated look on his beak
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Found this online http://www.pond-netting.com/pondnetting/extruded-pond-netting.htmlHello, I'm thinking of buying clear/transparent pond netting to cover my small pond. I prefer not to get black pond netting.
I found this on another forum but OP didn't say where to get this from. Thanks.
Here's where @addy1 and I bought ours and think they come white or clear unless you choose to have them dipped in the black strengthening liquid that I had mine done in. You might look around and see what they have and call and ask them questions. They are very nice about helping you out w/what you want to use it for and what they can do for you. They have many different kinds and sizes.
Wow, I cant help, when reading this thread, comparing your heron problem to my deer problem where I live. Fencing, netting, trying to thwart wildlife. I get the frustration you encounter. Although I offer no solutions for herons, although I am glad I do not have that problem, I do sympathize. To net (or fence) your beloved landscape to protect it is frustrating and unsightly and I do understand your problem. My beloved garden is fenced for the same reasons, raiders of our hard work.
I show a pic of my hard work gardening incased in a prison of fencing. I know how you feel. View attachment 90791
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