More duck pool pictures below…
Flotec pump (part # FPOS1200X). It is supposed to be perfect for aerating the water in
winter to keep it from freezing. It can also be used to pump out the water/waste if
necessary. However, it’s very light weight and while they were swimming around
I noticed the bubbling water spray was tilting a little so I’m going to have to anchor
it down with some paver stones to keep it from being knocked over.
Filling… It took 1.5 hours to fill this 350 gallon space.
Oops! A little TOO full. I had to remove 5 Loews buckets full of water.
Green plastic fence exit “ramp”
Triangle shaped “deck”
New 7′ ramp with green plastic fencing safety wall (to keep them from jumping
out directly onto the ground from a 2.5 foot height!).
New 6′ ramp leading up to the nest house. Notice they are all hiding in their
Well, all I need now are some photos of them swimming in their brand spanking new pool…
10-14-10 ~ I finally got them into the pool (with a little help from a garden rake, some
green plastic fencing for gripping help and lots of determination on my part)
Thanks to a suggestion from Evy, I added the green plastic fencing to the ramp so
they could have something to grip going up and down and it seems to have done
the trick. I also temporarily blocked off the side of the ramp so they can’t jump over it
Here’s a link to the short video on photobucket, turn your volume on, there’s lots of
ducky excitement to be heard lol.