Koi San Diego

 Koi Pond/Aquatic Garden Ecosystems

Koi Ponds and Aquatic Gardens are composed of many different orders of flora and fauna. As such, regular maintenance and up-keep of koi, koi ponds and aquatic gardens in San Diego is a must. To maintain a thriving koi pond and aquatic garden complete with a desirable blend of plant and animal life, let the professionals at Beaver Creek Aquatics handle all your pond and garden needs in San Diego County. We have an extensive background in Koi and koi habitats in San Diego and can provide you with the best consultation and servicing on the market today. In Fact, we can make a substantial difference for your koi and koi pond in San Diego with just one visit to your aquatic garden.

 

To gain a better understanding of how we can service your Koi, Koi pond or aquatic garden, please review the information below covering aquatic garden wildlife, their positions within pond food chains and the unique roles these animals play in an aquatic garden ecosystem. This information can assist you in creating the Koi pond or aquatic garden that is right for you.

 

Level One: (Bacteria, Diatoms, phytoplankton, protozoa, and algae)

Level Two: Zoo plankton (including Rotifers and daphnia)

Level Three: (Larval insects, worms, snails, insects and leeches)

Level Four: Amphibians (frogs, toads, salamanders and newts)

Level Five: Fish (mostly Koi)

Level Six: (Birds, Snakes, Reptiles, Turtles and mammals)