Alpine Antique Light Turquoise Ceramic Bird Bath with 2 Birds$92.55What Satisfied Customers Are Saying
Smart Solar Ashbourne Solar Outdoor Bird Bath FountainRalph - 11/16/2015
From Englewood, COThis unit is among the best on the market. It is shallow enough for small birds to drink and bathe without risk of drowning. It also has a solar pump ... View Product
Very Happy : )Richard - 11/7/2015
From PortCharlotte, FLThis Fountain/Bird Bath was everything we expected it to be for the price. HUGE PLUS was how Quickly We Received Our Merchandise. We ordered it after ... View Product
copper birdbathRosemary - 11/7/2015
From Seneca, SCThe birdbath looks good in my small garden area. The only thing I would like is if it were a little bigger. View Product
I love our birdbath fountainBethany - 11/6/2015
From Concrete, WAThis birdbath fountain is perfect for our small yard. It only took a few minutes to assemble and began attracting birds immediately. It works ... View Product
Solar fountain birdbathHelen - 11/3/2015
From Niceville, FLFinally quit raining around here and the sun is out so the solar power is being stored. Have not had it but a few days, have it set up and found it ... View Product
Sunflower Bird FeederPamela - 11/2/2015
From Rochester, MNI gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because the description is a bit confusing. I was expecting a diameter of 42" but instead that is the circumference. ... View ProductShow More Great Reviews
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A bird bath is a classic way to bring a decorative touch to your garden and attract local birds at the same time. Most common is the pedestal style bird bath made of cast stone, ceramic, metal, or resin. You'll also find a great selection of hanging bird baths, tiered styles, deck-mounted options, and more. Place your bird bath in a spot where you'll be able to enjoy the activity, and if it's a fountain bird bath you'll need to place it near a power source. Or, consider a solar powered bird bath and all you'll need is plenty of direct sun.
To keep the birds coming back, change the water as often as possible and scrub the basin with a stiff brush once a week to eliminate algae and other debris. Fountain bird baths stay fresher a little longer because of the circulating water. You can even add a water pump to a standard bird bath and get the same effect. The flowing water attracts the birds, creates a soothing trickle, and reduces algae and mosquitos. Consider other perks, like a heater, to keep the water comfortable in the cooler months.