Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
Lunar Bird Bath
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Lunar Bird Bath

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£39.99
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£39.99
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Overview

Description: 

An elegant addition to your garden, the Lunar Bird Bath this 3-in-1 bath features a bird bath, feeder, and a built-in planter for the ultimate garden bird sanctuary. The white LED light is solar powered; it charges during the day and illuminates at night. Attractive by day and by night, this bath has a stylish antique finish.

Features:

3-in-1 design: Ornate antique finish designed using weather-proof plastic resin. This product features a bath, feeder and planter, with a white LED solar-powered light.
Easy assembly: No tools are required to assemble the bird bath. Each part simply screws together with easy-to-follow instructions included. 
Dimensions: W50cm x D50cm x H107cm, the bowl sits high enough off the ground to protect birds from predators.
Solar-powered light: No need for batteries or mains power, the light charges during the day and is an attractive addition when the sun goes down.

Specifications: 

Size: W50cm x D50cm x H107cm
Material: Plastic resin
Colour: Golden Bronze 

Why buy a bird bath?

Besides being an attractive addition to your garden, bird baths are a vital source of water for a range of birds to drink from and bathe in. They are particularly useful in extreme weather conditions, where water might be scarce in summer or frozen in winter. 

Birds get the liquid they require both from eating and drinking. Many insect-eating birds get most of their water from food, while seed-eating birds have a dry diet, and they need to drink more. Birds do not have sweat glands, so need less water than mammals, however, they still lose water through respiration and in their droppings. 

Water to bath in is equally important. It is essential that birds keep their feathers in good condition, and bathing is an important part of feather maintenance. Dampening the feathers loosens the dirt and makes the feathers easier to preen.

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