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Ceramic Bird Bath with Pedestal
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Echoes Bird Bath with Stand

Manufactured from frost-resistant glazed terracotta, this Pedestal Bird Bath has a subtle green mottled colour. The Bird Bath features a ripple step design that is both visually attractive and functional by providing extra footing/grip for wild birds.

The bird bath pedestal is made in the same frost-resistant green glazed terracotta and is hollow down the centre. The addition of the stand raises the height of the bird bath making your bird visitors less vulnerable to predators such as cats. As well as being practical it is a most attractive garden feature.

Around the contrasting unglazed rim is imprinted a quote by the poet William Blake "To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour".

The bird bath comes complete with pedestal and x3 glazed mounting feet for optional use without the Pedestal. 

Bird Bath Dimensions:

Bowl H 55 x Dia 340mm Weight 2.8kg

Pedestal H 300 x Dia 145mm Weight 2.5kg

Why have a Bird Bath in your garden ?

Birds need water for drinking and for bathing. They need water to keep their feathers in good condition to serve as insulation for those cold winter nights. Seed eaters need to drink plenty of water as their diet is so dry. Other birds, such as blue tits may drink more in the winter because their diet of dry nuts does not provide them with as much water as their summer fare of juicy caterpillars. 
Bird Baths can be a shallow dish or tray, or a larger container such as an inverted dustbin lid, all suitable for putting water in. You could make a more permanent water hole by digging a shallow scrape in a flower bed and lining with with plastic held down with stones. Ideally, a pond will provide water for drinking and bathing all year round and will attract all kinds of wildlife to your garden.