Fresh water is critical for birds when natural pools freeze. Heated birdbaths keep them flocking to your place even through winter!
Tall heated bird bath is available in traditional red cedar or new poly-lumber material, both USA made and built to last.
Double ring design provides a platform with lots of landing and perching space for the whole crew. Hollow post conceals electrical cord. Green 14" diameter pan with concealed heater is 1" deep, a perfect depth for birds to bathe and wade comfortably. Removes for easy cleaning.
Heater turns on at 35 degrees F. 60-watt thermostatically-controlled heating element is safely insulated and sealed for long lasting use. Guaranteed to provide birds with water down to -10 degrees F or -23 C. While water itself does not heat- it will remain thawed... that's all your birds are asking for!
Sturdy construction with 2 anchors (hold-down stakes) and solid design give this tall heated bird bath stylish stability for year round use. Simply unplug and tuck the cord away for warmer months.
12-inch cord, recommended use with standard grounded outdoor extension cord with 3rd prong (not included). Some assembly required. Replacement pans available.
Offer feathered friends their own winter oasis with a tall heated bird bath, perfectly suited for garden, deck or patio.
Poly-lumber is recycled plastic that will never warp, split or rot. Impervious to elements and insects, poly-lumber lasts a lifetime!
Choose Cedar or Poly-lumber. Black insert shown on cedar bath, available in green only.
Measures 29" tall x 22" in diameter. Item Weight 15.0 lb. cedar or 10.6 lb. Poly Material: Cedar or Poly Frame, Plastic Pan. USA Made
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This was a gift - feedback limited to the receipent very happy with the design. Gift was for a male so it was nice to have something that was not too artsy.
Paid more for made in the USA- reasonable price vs a deal - ok with me