Tui Bottle Feeders
Sparrow Nesting Box
Bird House Feeder
Kitset Bird Houses
Open Front Nesting Box
Pole Mounted Bird House
Hanging Bird Bath
Wild Bird Food
Suet and Seed Cakes
Like all animals, birds need water to survive
Most New Zealand birds need to drink water every day, and also rely on
it to clean their feathers and remove parasites.
A dependable supply of fresh, clean water is attractive to wild birds.
In fact a birdbath will attract birds to your yard that don't visit your
feeders or nesting boxes. Providing water for your wild birds will
improve the quality of your backyard bird habitat and provide you with a
fantastic opportunity to observe bird behaviour.
A birdbath should be situated in shade, if possible. This will slow down
evaporation and will also keep the water fresh for longer. Try to locate
the bath close trees or shrubs. Birds cant fly well when they are wet so
are vulnerable to predators when they are bathing. They will feel safer
with cover nearby that they can escape to if their bathing is
interrupted, and so will be more likely to venture into the water.
You may also be interested
decorative source of drinking and bathing water for the wild
birds in your garden with this bird bath complete with
galvanised chain and hook.
The 220 mm bath is inset into its own 415mm x 315mm deck. The deck
not only acts as landing platform for the birds but also a
place where they can rest and groom themselves, giving you
more time to enjoy them. You can also place small containers
of feed on the deck to create a one stop feed and drink
This Bird Bath is ideal for small yards or decks. Hanging
baths are safer for birds because they are not so vulnerable
to cats etc while they are wet.
The deck is
finished with 2 coats of Cabot's timber stain.
Stainless steel screws.
Galvanised chain and hook
Tanalised Plywood deck
Note: Bowl colour may vary depending on availability
Deck - 415mm x
Bowl Size - 220mm
Cost - $53.00
North Island Freight = $9.50
South Island Freight = $13.00