I recently bought this simple inexpensive Erva birdbath. Its thick metal wire frame is easy to stick into the ground. A shallow plastic dish insert fits on top. The birdbath is easy to set up, easy to move as needed, low priced and you can even turn it into a heated birdbath for winter months.Continue reading Simple Inexpensive Birdbath
I currently have five birdbaths in my yard. Two are DIY, another is an old tiny decorative metal birdbath and one hangs off my front porch rail. But this Studio-M Birdbath Art Pole is my favorite birdbath. It is very popular with the birds too. Here’s why.
Birdbaths are popular with all birds, even birds that otherwise wouldn’t visit a bird feeder. They are a great addition to your back yard. Watching a small flock of American Goldfinches lining up around the rim to drink or an American Robin taking a bath is a joyful experience. Because birdbaths are located outside, one common way to fill them is to use a garden hose. But is your hose actually providing healthy clean water for the birds? You may be surprised to find that it is not!Continue reading Does Your Hose Provide Clean Water For Birds?