So summer is over soon and I have a batch of baby goldfish in the pond.
They range from 1-3 inches. The mom and dad sadly disappeared
probably due to predation. That's why the eggs had a chance to
develop to be honest. The adults wintered fine but wondering if the
babies can winter.
ps. Should I cull the brown goldfish? They haven't developed any coloring
like their siblings.
They will be just fine over winter as long as the top of the pond doesn't freeze solid. And as far a culling the brown ones I would wait because those brown ones will turn gold with time. I have ones that were gold that turned all white. It's comletely normal for comets(I'm assuming this is what you have) to change colors.
All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death life is only a dream which is an imagination of ourselves. Bill Hicks
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I'm going to have to redesign and put up my motion sensor scare-crow again.
I had lights that would turn on when I critter comes by the pond but it became a problem it'd wake me up at night. I guess the ultrasonic blast should be enough.