Other than visibility being quite poor, my mini-pond is doing fairly well. I've noticed in the last week or so there is one fish (I'm assuming it's the same fish) that behaves quite differently than all the rest.
Last year, I stocked RES, CNBG, FHM/RR. I added 4 TP for algae this spring and a single albino CC for fun. That's the only predator I intentionally placed in the pond.
This one fish, unlike all the others, hunts the banks for minnows. It will actually drive them up on the bank and come a 1/3 out of the water on the shoreline to devour its prey. I don't know enough about identifying fish to tell what it is, but based on it's aggressive feeding behavior, I'm guessing the birds stocked it.
Can any of you take a peek and let me know what you think I have here?
I took three short video clips
this morning. You can probably get the best looks at it in the second video.