Austin Pond Society Annual Pond Tour – North Part 1, Part 2 and Plants and Fish, 2017


The Austin Pond Society held its 23rd Annual Pond Tour on June 3-4, 2017. The North Tour was held on Saturday, June 3, 2017 with a total of 11 ponds. All were exceptional and all offered something just a little different,

There were too many pictures for one video so it is split into Part 1 and Part 2.

Austin Pond Society Annual Tour North-Part 1 2017 from Francis Allcorn on Vimeo.

Austin Pond Society Annual Pond Tour North – Part 2 2017 from Francis Allcorn on Vimeo.

I also made a separate video of the Plants, Flowers and Fish for the North Tour.

Austin Pond Society North Tour 2017 (Flowers and Fish) 6-4-2017 from Francis Allcorn on Vimeo.

6 thoughts on “Austin Pond Society Annual Pond Tour – North Part 1, Part 2 and Plants and Fish, 2017

    • I have a few Red Eared Sliders in my ponds. They come and they go pretty much at will unless the dogs find them and then they bark a lot and flip them over onto their backs, usually making so much noise that I can rescue them.

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  1. Amateur pond enthusiast, with one tiny pond. It has plants and fish and is doing well. I dream of someday retiring, and having a large, sustainable, eco friendly pond. I got a lot of ideas from the videos. Thanks

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  2. Sam got so many ideas on the North Shore that I had to stop him from thinking about it. First it was a waterfall and stream coming around the side and then he wanted to add a waterfall going into the bog! He’s really good at thinking of things for me to clean.

    Right now he’s building an 18 foot bridge for a friend who lives across the golf course with a gully in her front yard. Then we start on our new waterfall.
    Bj

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