They'll love it, explain how you made the ramp going up to it please.Right now this is exclusively used by our adult girls (2 Rouens) as the ducklings (11 various) completely took over the kiddie pool. I can't wait until the Swedish (1 black 1 blue) can negotiate and find this pool. They love diving as deep as possible!
I like that setup for your tank. sounds like you have it under control. But where's the grisly's? lolOops, I forgot my second picture which also addresses the predators somewhat:
Non-flying predators haven't been a problem so far. We have CCTV all over the property, so anytime there is a disturbance outside, we can whip out our phones and see what the problem is. Usually it's that pesky sun showing up or disappearing.We do have bald eagles / gold eagles / red-tailed hawks / turkey vultures. The ducks have two (soon to be three) of these gazebos to hide under plus I am working on a duck house. They are close to our actual house and our daily activities also keep the eagles at bay. Also we have large raven and magpie populations and as long as they don't get to the eggs they actually help keep the eagles at bay. I have only heard of problems with ravens / magpies getting eggs or very small ducklings which will hopefully be taken care of by the duck house. (So far we lost two eggs to magpies), but the girls are pretty good at moving/hiding their nests in the long grass and we try to collect them pretty early. Probably the biggest help to keeping the eagles away is that we are in the middle of a bunch of 20+ acre cattle ranches where there are tons of prairie dogs which means usually the eagles are full.