Heated Bird Bath, Deck Mount
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Rating: 5

Provides fresh water in freezing temps

posted 6 years ago

Wild birds require water in winter; when it's above freezing or there's snow cover, it's not a problem, but in protracted cold weather with no snow, it's difficult for them to find water. This heated bird bath provides fresh water and will attract birds as much as a bird feeder. We have this on our deck; it took them quite a while to find it, but now during the winter months we have daily visitors.
Another plus: it's highly entertaining for our indoor cats!

Pros: fresh water for wild birds in freezing weather

Cons: need to clean and fill it often

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Rating: 5

Great for cold months

posted 6 years ago

While not totally practicle in the summer/spring months, very good for colder months. Helps to keep the birds coming back to your house during the snowy times.

Pros: Good

Cons: None

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