Birds Choice Rocky Mountain Ground Bird Bath
• Ground bird bath
• Made from durable Fiberglass
• Dimensions: 24-3/4"L x 17-1/2"W x 4-3/4"H
This is a nice birdbath. It's not too big or too small. It holds enough water to last all day in the middle of summer. It's a light color so the water stays cool. It's light enough to easily pick up and carry around. It's just rustic enough to look natural. It's also big enough to hold a small solar fountain. I'm very happy with it.
It's absolutely beautiful I surround it with Gorgeous geraniums and the birds absolutely love it plus they feel safe because the water isn't too deep.
This is not you usual plastic bird bath. It is heavy with a sand blasted outer granular texture. Very nice. Love it.
The birds love these. I have two in my yard. They clean easily with a spray bottle of Basic H or water mixed with a few drops of bleach, and a carpet brush (from a home improvement store). The texture and broad edge make for comfortable and sure-footing. I have other bird baths but this is the one they prefer. Definitely worth the money.
The birds love this! The depth is safe for the baby quail that live nearby. The rough surface provides sure-footing and the larger birds find comfortable perching on the wide edges. I have two, one with the dripper and one without. The quail, doves, and wild finch seem to like them both equally.
Excellent product and the only one of its kind I could find after hours of searching online. I plan to buy a heated one soon for winter. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 was because it is a little bit shallow. Could be another inch deeper.
I was a little disappointed. Very difficult to clean and it's white so not too attractive. I feed a lot of birds and haven't noticed much activity as this waterhole.
The birds in my yard aren't very fond of this and neither am I. I put it on a very wide, low tree stump to replace a green plastic pan that looked out of place in my natural style landscape. This is very unnatural-looking. If it were darker, it might work better, but the stark white, even yellowed by weathering, just doesn't look right. I suspect the birds don't care for it because it's very shallow. The center bottom is mounded. It doesn't hold a lot of water and my birds really like to toss the water around when they bathe. The crows are using it to soak stale bread. Not what I had in mind...
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Birds Choice designs and manufacturers the finest, highest quality professional outdoor products to enhance your yard and bring birds home. All of our products are based on thorough research in backyards of bird experts. The National Wildlife Federation requires 4 things in a yard to have it named as "Certified Wildlife Habitat." They are food, water, cover and places to raise young. Products from Birds Choice can help you fill those needs. Our bird feeders carry 9 different patents that are used to ensure the best bird-friendly and consumer-attractive innovative products available on the market today. We promote healthy birds by making our feeders easy to clean. Birds Choice belongs to the Wild Bird Feeding Industry's Quality Standards Program which establishes criteria for feeder construction, labeling and consumer education.
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