Solar Bubbler Copper Bird Bath w/ Hanger
Solid copper solar bird bath attracts feathered friends with bubbling action!
Easily mount on a deck rail for optimal views from inside your home or hang from a branch or feeder pole. Hand hammered birdbath is pure copper, sans the lacquers, powder coat or sealants. Real/raw copper patinas naturally over time depending on your water make-up, polish with common pantry items or fine steel wool to restore shine (no chemicals required).
Copper bird bath won't break, freeze or crack in the worst weather (yay!), accommodates a birdbath heater in winter, may also be used as a feeder during colder months.
Solar Pump works instantly in full sun, includes 3 fountain heads and straight tube for bubbler (we recommend using the bubbler with this birdbath).
10 ft. wire from pump to solar panel allows birdbath to be shaded while solar panel may be moved to catch sun. Panel may be set on a table, ground, deck rail or mounted if preferred. Panel must be in full sun for pump to operate, solar bath costs nothing to run.
Decorative stones or river rocks are recommended to both conceal the pump and offer birds easy footing, also helps trap sediments at bottom of bird bath. Stones not included.
Solar Bubbler Copper Bird Bath is a no-fuss, brilliant and long-lasting gift for any birding enthusiast!
Choose hanging or deck-mount option:
Sturdy iron deck-mount bracket has clamp-on hardware that won't damage deck or porch rails, cradles bowl safely. Solid copper hanging chain (27" long) is still included should you ever decide to hang the birdbath and use the deck bracket differently.
Item Weight 3.0 lb.
Material: Copper, Iron Mounting Bracket
Solar pump features one-year warranty.
About pure copper:
A natural chemical element, copper is a trace mineral essential to all living things. It may be cleaned or polished using salt and vinegar, lemon, baking soda, even acidity from ketchup restores pure coppers' shine!
When used with fountain heads, spray tends to overshoot 14" diameter birdbath. Best used as bubbler in shallow depth with river rocks or stones... hummingbirds and others love the moving water and find it easier to land an perch!