Finding a source of warm water for birds during the winter is critical for their survival.Â An easy way to provide birds with water during the winter is to use a heated bird bath or a bird bath heater in your bird bath.Â By offering a source ofÂ fresh water for the birds during the winter, you will not only be helping the birds to thrive, but will also attract more birds to your yard.
A classicÂ bird bath that looks great in any yard is the Heated Bird Bath with Stand.Â This stylish and streamline bird bath has a sturdy, weatherproof stand with a white basin.Â The white basin is ideal for attracting birds because they will be able to see the bottom and it blends in well with the snow.Â The heater in the bird bath is designed to keep the water from freezing in temperatures up to -20 degrees.Â This bird bath also includes hardware for mounting it to your deck.
TheÂ Heated Ground BirdBath – 70 Watts is a fun and unique way toÂ offer the birds with water.Â This bird bath is designed to sit on the ground to provideÂ birds with easy access to warmer water.Â The unique shape of this feeder looks great in a garden, flower bed, or placed on your lawn.Â It blends in well with any rock formation and looks like a real rock.Â The birds will love the shallowness of the bird bath.
If you are just looking for a heating element to place inside your bird bath, choose one like theÂ Heated Rock Bird Bath De-icer -75 Watts to warm up your bird bath water and keep it from freezing over.Â This de-icer is thermostatically controlled to work when the temperature drops below 35 degrees.Â Made of cast aluminum to be durable and weather resistant, this de-icer has a great rock shape that blends in well with any bird bath.
Keeping a supply of fresh water for the birds during the winter is important for the survival of birds and helps to attract them to your yard.Â For a great selection of heated bird baths and bird bath heaters, check out Rachel’s Robin.