Bird Baths

Birds need water for drinking and bathing all year round but it is especially important in hot summer months to prevent them from becoming dehydrated and to wash off dry dust, and in the winter when their usual sources of water may be frozen over.

Birds On Bird Bath

If you don't have a pond or other natural source of water in your garden then the simplest way to do that is with a bird bath. A bird bath will mean birds will return again and again to your garden giving you pleasure as you watch their antics.

Click on the links below to find out about the different types of bird baths, how to look after your bird bath and there is also a selection of bird baths available to buy online.

Sparrow On Bird Bath
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Solar Powered Bird Bath
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Stone Bird Bath
Chapelwood Bird Bath
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Mosaic Bird Bath
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