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Wonder how long it is taking them to finish this project. Looks like I will be installing temporary fencing around the pond while my pond is under construction.
 
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All ponds (new/existing) should be provided with an animal escape "bridge" of some kind to prevent the problem shown in this video.

A rough board or log (or multiple ones depending on the size of the pond) will generally do the trick.

 
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