Owning a fish or duck pond in your backyard can bring much pleasure and tranquility throughout the year. However, it may be difficult to summon such enjoyment when this pond becomes threatened by a predator. Rather than wait for a predator to discover your pond as an unprotected source of food, prepare your pond to prevent predator attacks in the first place.
Most predators that prey on fish and duck ponds pay their visits at night, which means that one of the most effective and environmentally friendly ways of deterring these unwanted visitors is to employ security lights. Nite Guard Solar predator deterrent lights have been proven by satisfied customers all over the world to prevent predator attacks.
What makes the Nite Guard Solar product so successful at controlling predators is its intelligent use of mimicry. The flashing red light emitted by a Nite Guard Solar light mimics the eye of an adversary. Predators who may have planned to feast on the pond see that they have arrived too late, and do not want to risk injury in an attempt to dine alongside the perceived threat. However, this perceived threat is not really another predator at all, but the expertly designed Nite Guard Solar light.
During the daytime, while the Nite Guard Solar lights recharge for another night of superior protection, protect your pond from predators, such as blue heron, by creating a protective underwater environment. If the birds cannot see your fish, then they will fly off to find another food source. Strategically map out an underwater landscape that provides plenty of hiding areas for fish several feet below the surface.
Whether you are working on protecting a fish or a duck pond from predator attacks, depend upon Nite Guard Solar to deliver an effective solution and a high quality product. Find out more about how Nite Guard Solar lights can safely and humanely solve your predator troubles by contacting one of our predator deterrent experts today.
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