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The Eva Solo porcelain bird bath is beautifully designed and would look perfect in any modern or urban garden. Designed by Danish designers Claus Jensen and Henrik Holboek, the bath is shaped like a drop of falling water and each water circle is slightly raised so that birds will stay dry when drinking.

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The white porcelain dish sits on a pole and is elevated above ground level which protects birds from predators. When you need to clean the bird bath or change the water the dish can be easily lifted off its stand. The glazed ceramic is frost-proof which means you can leave it out in the cold winter months.

The bird bath bowl is 4.5cm high with a 35cm diameter which gives space for both drinking and bathing. The pole is made from stainless steel and fitted with a rubber top for the bowl to sit on, and a spike so it can be placed directly in the ground or a deep planter. The total height of the bird bath is 110cm.

If you are looking for design accessories for a contemporary garden that harmonise with the organic shapes of nature, the Eva Solo bird bath is ideal.

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Collins Bird Guide claims to be The Most Complete Guide To The Birds Of Britain And Europe and was described in a review by Mark Golley in Birding World as undoubtedly the finest field guide that has ever been produced", and "the last great bird book of the 20th century".

It was written by Lars Svensson, Killian Mullarney, Dan Zetterström and Peter J. Grant and illustrated by Killian Mullarney and Dan Zetterström

In 2013 Lars Svensson, was presented with the first Marsh International Award for Ornithology by the BTO recognizing his work on the international stage as having had significant influence on British ornithology.

The guide was originally published in Swedish and English in hardback in 1999 and in paperback a year later. The first edition was translated into 14 European languages including French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch and a large-print English-language edition has also been produced.

A second edition was published in January 2010 and in May 2015 a number of further updates to both text and illustrations were made.

Collins Bird Guide covers Europe, the North Atlantic Islands as well as much of North Africa and the Middle East.

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