Choosing From Decorative Birdbaths

Is there anything more adorable than seeing a bird or 2 swimming and drinking from a bird bath. You could just watch them for hours on end if they’d just stay a little while longer. Not much beats that on the cute scale. Hello and thanks for stopping by the blog. Today we will be looking at several birdbaths and some of the cute features that they have and how to search for the best price on one. If you go to Google and search for decorative birdbaths. Make a list of all of the different things you are looking for in a birdbath. Its going to help you out later when you price shop. Its good to keep a list or bookmark the companies that you find that you like as well so it’ll be easier to find next time you want to go look around for something.

The first bird bath we preview is a distressed aluminum bird bath featuring a clever kitty who is sitting under the basin and he’s not waiting for water, he’s waiting for the little bird to fall down into his mouth. This would make a great addition to the backyard of most any cat or bird lover. The color is brown, and it comes in under $90 dollars with a weight of 7 pounds to make it very easy to have shipped and then set up. If you like your bird baths cat free, that’s great because there is a classically styled one called the Forest Frolic bird bath. Made of cast iron and weathered this nostalgic bath is sure to attract many birds for you to enjoy. This bath is more economically priced than many others at $70 and makes a nice if surprising addition to most gardens. This bath is nearly 18 pounds and while not terribly heavy, is more so than many of the bird baths you have to choose from.

The final birdbath we preview is the Leap Frog birdbath featuring a four-legged frog watching out below as a bird drinks from the bath above. This one is made of aluminum and weighs less than 8 pounds. Its lightweight nature means that its easy to install and move around if you’re unhappy with where it is for any reason. Thanks for coming by the blog and thanks for reading. We hope you’ve found a birdbath for yourself or as a gift. Please send us in a picture of your birdbath if you have one or have a cool story to share. Thanks, and come back soon.