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Brass Leaves Solar Bubbler Bird Bath

Entice more birds with moving water in your bird bath- solar fountain costs nothing to operate and really draws them in!

Tall birdbath in handcrafted brass features verde-gris raised leaf motif on a 16" diameter solid brass bowl. Red Petals design also available. Organic style with natural contrast and detail complement any garden setting. Gentle slope with texture makes it easier for younger birds to land and perch. Matching ground stake has step-in design for better stability.

Choose your solar fountain style: one-piece or separate panel. Cord length is 10 ft. on separate panel and allows bath to be shaded while panel catches sun. One piece fountain has panel attached to pump (no wires) and sits inside birdbath. Both style solar panels must be in full sun for fountain to operate, panels do not store energy.

Durable birdbath also accommodates a heater in winter when birds seek fresh water sources... they'll flock right to it in frigid weather!

Attract more feathered friends with fresh water in the Brass Leaves or Red Petals Solar Bird Baths!

Bowl 16" diameter x 3" deep
Stake 31" tall (when placed in ground)
One-year manufacturer warranty on pump.
Solar fountains also sold separately

Please note: Item is handmade, coloration/tone may vary.

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    Glenn S.
    United States

    was perfect

    I bought this birdbath for my 97 year old mother. I placed it outside the big windows where she sits daily. Birds are just starting to figure it out. It is perfect.

    Denise R.
    United States United States

    Love this bird bath!

    The bird bath is as attractive as it is pictured on the website. The bubbler works very well, even with partial sun hitting the solar panel. The birds starting using the bath very quickly. First one was a sparrow that was going wild under the water spray taking a shower. So adorable! It has become so popular that the birds are actually fighting for access to it. LOL I would definitely recommend it.

    Tony S.
    United States United States

    Beautiful bird bath

    Customer service is exceptional. We were confused on the suction cup on the bottom of the bubbler. They were shorter than everything else down there and we couldn’t get it to suction. We will have to come up with something to make it adhere to the bottom of the birdbath so it won’t float. Other than that, it’s very nice.

    Michael M.
    United States United States

    Not practical in the summer.

    I love the look. However as a birdbath with a solar bubbler it is less than desirable. I want the bath to be located in the sunshine. But because the bowl itself is brass it heats the water and it becomes way to hot very quickly. It was a waste of $ for us. Maybe in the winter? But it’s useless for the birds in the summer when they really need it. Unless you are changing the water continuously throughout the day. And that’s no good because it is staked deeply in the ground. So Not a good purchase for me.


    The Birdhouse Chick

    Hi Michael, Might there be a spot in your yard where the bath could be placed in the shade while the solar panel with wire would reach sun? There are glass, ceramic, cement and copper birdbaths around our yard at home. Cement in shade is by far the coolest water. But in 90+ degree weather, all bird baths heat up quickly. It's fairly easy to just "swoosh" the warm water out and add fresh water to cool down. Using a leaf mister or bath dripper keeps water fresh and cool as well.

    Arthur S.
    United States

    Solar bubbler bird bath

    In windy or hot weather it runs out of water frequently otherwise wonderful-we love watching it-it is so calming


    The Birdhouse Chick

    Highly recommend using the solar pump as a bubblerin this bird bath. Hummingbirds love them! A larger bath diameter is required for fountain head patterns.