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Did you know Michigan has approximately 247 lighthouses? Scattered along the 3,200 miles of shoreline, Michigan’s lighthouses offer waypoints to those on water and are landmarks of history for those on land. If you're interested in adding a little light to your pond, we have a variety of water garden light sets at thepondguy.com! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Oysters are natural filter feeders. This means they feed by pumping water through their gills, trapping particles of food as well as nutrients, suspended sediment and chemical contaminants. In doing so, oysters help keep the water clean and clear for underwater grasses and other aquatic life. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
It's Coast Guard Day! Did you know the Coast Guard has a Marine Environmental Protection Program? Protecting our delicate marine ecosystem is a vital mission of the US Coast Guard! They even work to ensure the livelihood of endangered marine species. ... See MoreSee Less
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Besides being the state fish of Illinois, regular bluegill are well known for being a feisty, delicious pan fish that thrive in streams, rivers, lakes and ponds. A hybrid bluegill is a cross between a male bluegill and a female sunfish, and are an easy-to-catch, fast-growing game fish that makes a fun addition to recreational ponds and lakes. When stocked properly either type of bluegill delivers plenty of action making them great for fishing and a tasty meal! Looking for more info? Visit our learning center for other articles on game fish! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know dragonflies are a great addition to your pond? They feed on other, more nefarious, insects like mosquitoes, flies, and nats. You can attract them by having a diverse selection of native plants in your pond! Want dragonflies but don't have a pond? Have a look at our DIY Pond Kits to get started today! ... See MoreSee Less
Discolored or tea-colored water means you have something "brewing" in your pond! Just like drinking tea, leaves that sit in your pond water release tannins, you can use Activated Carbon to help remove the tannins that are staining your water. ... See MoreSee Less
Playas, also called pan or flat, is a dry lakebed at the bottom of a desert basin that can be temporarily covered with water. Playas have no vegetation and are among the flattest geographical features in the world! ... See MoreSee Less