Heated Bird Bath Collection

Does your bird bath turn into a skating rink when the temperature drops? If so, a heated bird bath may be what you need. A heated bird bath will stay balmy regardless of the weather, providing a much-welcome retreat for your feathered friends. Whether you reside in Alabama or Alaska, birds will flock to the temperate waters of a heated bird bath, providing your backyard with a healthy dose of natural beauty.

Most products in our selection of heated bird baths are ready to be shipped immediately. And like all our products, our heated bird baths are backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can be confident you’ll find the product that best fits your needs.

Heated Bird Bath Collection
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We purchased this bath for our pet Muscovy Duck. It has been a pleasure not fighting ice this winter, it does not even freeze on the edges. It was a great investment!

I absolutely love my new heated birdbath and my little birdies do too! We've had below freezing temps for awhile and the bath works great. I have to refill it almost every day because the birds take lots of baths and splash it all out. Very entertaining to watch them hop and dance and splash around. Just a few days ago, I was refilling the bath when a thirsty little Siskin landed inches from my hand. He took a good long look at me, decided he was safe and helped himself to several dainty little sips before he hopped in and splashed around. I was delighted and I thank Backyard Chirper for that experience and the fun to come. I really like the design and material used for the bath as well. It's super easy to clean- just wipe it out, no scrubbing needed. I definitely recommend this heated bath. Very pleased with my purchase!

I am giving this item 4 stars because when I bought it I did not know I was going to need an expensive extension cord before it could be used. However, overall it is a good heated birdbath, and is working well here in New York in January. It does not make the water warm/hot it just keeps it from freezing. The water is cold to the touch. The birdbath is light and can tip over easily unless it is weighted down inside which is not a problem. I used a few rocks as I did not have any sand. My birds have not used it as yet because I have a Red-tailed Hawk around my yard which is keeping the birds away. I am sure when the danger passes the birdbath will be used. I would recommend this item to anyone who want to take care of our feathered friend during the winter months.

By Joann K.
Songbird Essentials Heated Bird Bath

I love this heated bird bath and so do the birds. Instructions were vague for a 70 year old female to put together. I like that it is made out of cedar.

By V H.
Songbird Essentials Heated Bird Bath

This bird bath was great this winter (2013-2014) in Wisconsin. We had a very cold winter (-20°F actual temperature and wind chills down to -40°F for many nights in a row) and the water would still be liquid in the mornings. Ice would accumulate in the bath along the outside perimeter, so the heating element couldn't keep up there, but as long as water was covering the entire surface of the pan, the center and 80-90% of the rest of the bath was open water. The water disappears fast in the center (evaporation due to the dry weather and wind) so the bath should be checked daily for refills (not a fault of the bath, just for informational purposes). In addition, the design is sturdy and durable (we used stakes to safely secure the bath stand to the ground preventing the strong winter winds from blowing it over). It looks nice too; I love that the stand is made out of cedar, as cedar is very slow and resistant to decaying/rotting. In conclusion, it worked great for its first winter and I'm hopeful that it will continue to be in good working shape for a long time. I'd highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good quality standing bird bath.

In the great frozen winter of 2013-14we were worried this electric water source wouldn't stand up BUT it proved up to the job and performed above expectations.The birds, squirrels, and maybe even the deer love it.So do we, it's added a wonderful aspect to the backyard view. Go ahead and get it!

This heated birdbath was so easy to assemble and to attach to our porch railing. With below freezing temperatures the water remained clear and liquid. Being able to empty it by merely tipping it away from me is a bonus. It holds nearly 2 gallons of water.

Living in Minnesota, where a bird may freeze solid if its body gets wet in winter, I was worried about providing a heated bird "bath". But providing birds with drinking water, when all ponds and streams are ice-bound, is desirable. So I took the chance and installed an Allied Precision heated bird "bath". And the birds and I are delighted. They are sensible. They flock to the rim to drink, but not to paddle. Perfect! The product is well engineered and durable. Its thermostat maintains the water at a steady 54 degrees ... so steam rises from it on colder days. The steady evaporation means that I must top it up daily. But that simple chore encourages me to empty and refill it when the water is dirtied by seed particles, etc. I suggest that Backyard Chirper should recommend using a Water Wiggler type of stirrer as an accessory to this bird bath: birds mistrust completely still water.

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