Attracting Birds with Water
A year-round water source is one of the 12 Elements of a Thoughtful Bird Feeding Station and is one of the major components of any backyard habitat. Adding water to your backyard will increase the number of birds that will come to visit. It is almost as important as food. Birds not only use water for drinking, but also for keeping their feathers clean.
During extreme heat birds have difficulty regulating their own body temperature. They don't sweat and cool down through their respiratory system and will need to replenish this lost fluid.
In the winter, keeping their feathers clean and healthy can help a bird stay warm. They will puff their feathers up helping to insulate their bodies. You may have seen a chickadee that looks more like a puff ball than a bird in the middle of our cold winters. Research has shown that a chickadee with well-maintained feathers can sustain a 21° C layer of insulation between the outside air and its skin.
Bird Baths & Accessories
Heated Bird Bath
This 20" heated bird bath offers birds access to open water. 120 Volts/125.6 Watts/60Hz. Constructed with 50% recycled ABS plastic
Includes heating element and 2 ft. power cord. Thermostat turns on at 7 degrees Celsius and turns off at 15 degrees Celsius. 120 Volts/125.6 Watts/60Hz. Constructed with 50% recycled ABS plastic.
Stand sold separately. Also available in olive. Also fits our 20" metal bird bath stands.
WBU Heated Bird Bath
The WBU 20" Heated Bird Bath is an essential item for the winter season, designed to provide your backyard birds with a reliable and ice-free water source through the frosty months. Can be mounted on deck railing, pole, or pedestal (not included) and it is compatible with WBU 20" Short Decorative Bird Bath Stand or 20" Tall Decorative Bird Bath Stand. Thermostatically controlled, preventing freezing and offering birds a consistent and accessible water supply. The heating element uses 150 watts with a thermostatically controlled enclosed heating element.
Deck Mounting Hardware and One-Year Standard Manufacturer Warranty included.
Bird Bath De-Icer
250 watt bird bath de-icer with 10ft cord. Energy efficient with multiple thermostat control for increased efficiency. Large heating surface area runs cooler than conventional de-icers. Durable, coated aluminum base, with a low-profile design.
Safe to use in plastic bird baths.
In-store or phone orders only.
Innova Reflections Bird Bath
Rust free cast aluminum top. Heavy duty cast iron post & base for stability. All powder coated finish. Easy to assemble.
Also available the Classic Tree Bird Bath
AquaNura Solar Fountain Bird Baths - Sunflower
These beautiful bird baths come with stand and a solar insert. Add movement to your bird bath to attract more birds!
The solar inserts operate in direct sunlight only.
Glass Bird Bath with Stand
This beautiful peacock glass bird bath is 16" in diameter and sits at a height of 23". Comes with stand.
Other glass bird baths include Poppy, Hummingbird, Leaf, Sunflower and Hummingbird - 18" circumference.
Bird Bath Trays and Stands
Trays & stands are available in 14" and 20" diameter. Stands come in tall (26" high), and short (11" high) sizes: 14" bird bath holders are available as a wall/post mount or EZ attach to an APS pole system (1" diameter pole). Tray colours available in clay, sand or green.
Pole mounted 20" Bath Setup
Photo shows a 20" Heated Bath in a bird bath holder mounted on top of an Advance Pole System base pole with an EZ attach perch branch added.
A secure option that can be made to whatever height you desire!
Regular cleaning will help reduce algae and is good for your birds’ health. Scrub your bath regularly with our EcoTough® Scrubber Brush, rinse well, and replace with fresh water.
Moving water gets a bird's attention. The Water Wiggler™ creates ripples in your bird bath, announcing the water's presence while preventing mosquitoes from laying eggs. No plumbing is required. Available in standard & solar battery options.
When most people think of providing water to birds, they think of a bird bath. Birds are attracted to the sound of moving water. Attaching a dripper or mister to your bird bath provides a source of moving water which backyard birds find irresistible! Many birds such as chickadees, finches and titmice will land on the dripper spout and creep down to the end and lean over to take a drink!