Now every tree can be a birdfeeder. No other food attracts more birds than
Jim's Birdacious Bark Butter.
Water sources in winter are a wonderful way to attract a variety of birds, such as the American Robin, that don’t normally visit feeders. They provide a reliable source of water for bathing and drinking. Bathing is especially important in cold weather in order to keep feathers in top condition. Research has shown that a chickadee with well-maintained feathers can sustain a 70 degree layer of insulation between the outside air and its skin.
We offer a wonderful selection of heated bird baths and heaters to keep your feathered friends coming to your backyard all winter long! Many will keep an area ice-free in temperatures down to -20 degrees F!
Our durable plastic bird baths in 14- or 20-inch diameter dishes contain heating units and automatic thermostats. This means the heaters work only when the temperature drops. Adjustable hardware allows you to mount them on virtually any bird bath pedestal or on your deck railing so you can watch the birds enjoy a winter bath up close.
The WBU Bird Bath Heater can make any bird bath in your yard a heated one. Place the heater in any bird bath and plug into a nearby outlet. The de-icer keeps an area free of ice while the stainless steel guard shields wildlife from the heating element.