Copper Effect Solar Bird Bath and Feeding Station - 107cm Height

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This Copper Effect Solar Bird Bath and Feeding Station is an attractive garden feature that will give you, and your feathered friends, hours of pleasure, even into the evenings.

With the appearance of cast iron in a bronze finish, this feature is in fact manufactured from UV stabilised polyurethane. This means that you get a strong, weatherproof garden feature, that is in-fact light-weight and easy to reposition.

The 3 levels on this bird bath/feeder all bring something new to the whole feature. The top tier features a covered bird feeder, as well as a built in solar panel and light, that will provide gentle light for many hours after dusk, without having to worry about wiring or batteries.

The second level is a large bird bath, so that visiting birds have access to fresh water. This is important both so they have something to drink, as well as a place to help them keep clean. The bottom level is a planter, which will allow you to add your own stamp to the overall look. The planter also adds weight to the bottom of the feeder, giving it more stability.

  • UV stable Polyurethane
  • Solar powered light to add interest after dark
  • Feeder, bird bath and planter all-in-one
  • Easy home assembly

This great feature will enhance any garden or patio, allowing you to personalise your space, while helping the local wild life.

Dimensions: 51cm diameter x H107cm

Weight: 3.5kg

With disappearing habitats and climatic changes the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) both recommend the year-round feeding of garden birds to maintain a healthy and viable flock of native species. Feeding requirements are greater in late autumn and winter when natural resources are in shorter supply and high energy levels are also needed during spring when birds are busy breeding and raising young. Once you have established a feeding regime do not disappoint them, they will depend on you.

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