Water is the single, most effective way to attract birds to your yard.
More so than birdhouses or feeders, a bird bath with fresh water entices more species of wild birds and keeps them coming back. Aside from this…moving water is the absolute bird magnet! Birds can’t resist a gentle spray from a mister, or the trickling, glistening water from a birdbath fountain. Even water wigglers, with their gentle ripples do double-duty to grab birds’ attention.
This large hanging bird bath has got to be the ultimate with it’s built in solar mister. The misting bird bath allows for birds to bathe and wade comfortably with it’s multi-level walk in feature. The textured surface, and ample perching areas are welcoming to most species of birds too.
Innovative and unique, the solar hanging bird bath is also available in electric red for ultimate hummingbird attraction, and vivid yellow to attract butterflies. Both hummingbirds and butterflies adore the gentle spray of a mister, and will flit back and forth through them daily.
If you’re looking for a last minute gift tat is sure to “wow” and one that will be used daily and enjoyed by many…check it out!
You can attract more birds to your yard with the use of bird baths. Water is like a visual magnet to birds…they love it, to play, to bathe, to preen and to drink. Available in a myriad of styles and colors, the options are almost endless. Pedestal birdbaths are always a good choice, and tend to act as a focal point in a garden. Hanging bird baths add a warm touch to almost any space.
Keep in mind that you will need to clean this bird bath often, so choose one that is easy to clean. Also, birds prefer shallow pools, so a bath that is too deep will need a large rock, or something for birds to “walk in” or perch on. Another thing to consider is year-round use. If you live in areas with harsh winter temperatures, it’s probably best to choose a bird bath that will accommodate a heater in winter. Water is so critical to birds when temperatures drop below freezing–so if you’re considering a birdbath, why not get one that allows for year-round enjoyment? For you and the birds!