Invite backyard birds with the lure of water for drinking and bathing
Economically priced combination waterer and birdbath
Globe-style reservoir replenishes 4 pools and holds 3 quarts of water
Give backyard birds a place to frolic and bathe with this birdbath and waterer combo. Plastic globe reservoir holds over 3 qts of water and releases it into four separate bird-sized pools on demand. Supplies essential water for bird drinking, bathing, and playing. Multiple placement options: hang, place on a flat surface, or mount on a 4" x 4" post. Disassembles easily for cleaning and filling. Includes S hook for hanging. Expand your hanging options with a Super Hook hanging cable. Blue reservoir with black base. Holds approximately 3 quarts. Assembled size: 12.5" x 12.5" x 13" high; Individual pools: 6" x 4" x 1.25" deep.
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How to refill and clean your Bird Waterer & Birdbath
To refill, simply remove the colorful light blue water reservoir and fill it with fresh cool water. In between fillings, both the reservoir and the drinking pools can be washed with warm soapy water. Remove dried-on debris with a soft cloth or soft brush. Rinse thoroughly before refilling.
Bird Watering Tip:
A good water source is one that is shallow (less than 3 inches) and one that is easily refreshed. Clean, fresh water is essential to attracting and providing for a healthy wild bird population.
Whether the species of birds you desire are native to your area, or migrating through, you can increase your chances of attracting them for a short or extended stay by providing the right feed, in the right feeder, installed in the right place.
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