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Old August 20th 06, 02:21 PM posted to rec.ponds
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Default Finding a pond leak

After watching it loose water at a time when evaporation should have
been low, i have come to the concusion that dropping water levels in my
pond could be due to a small leak (caused possibly by birds). I need to
find this leak and if possible fix it but i have no i dea where to
start. I know roughly the area, but narrowing this down is proving

can any one suggest any tips for locating the leak please?


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