20 Best Bird Baths and Fountains for Attracting Birds
We found the best bird bath options and fountains, including concrete, ceramic, resin, stone, mosaic, metal, solar and plastic choices.
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Enhance your outdoor space with this pretty peacock bird bath that’s equal parts garden art and a fresh water source. The glass bowl comes off for easy cleaning.
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Create a relaxing oasis—for yourself and your favorite backyard birds! This modern fountain will attract birds with its gentle sound that resembles a babbling brook. Running on solar power, the fountain charges during the day and automatically starts up at dusk.
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Choose concrete if you want to ensure your bath is durable, long-lasting and sturdy. Plus, it’s easy to clean (and we love the low price!) Just keep in mind that is also heavy, so you probably won’t want to move it around very often.
This handmade stone basin, created from a real river rock, will blend right into your landscape. You could also use one of these as your favorite pet’s water bowl.
This handcrafted mosaic piece will sparkle in the sun (and beautify the shade!) A stand is not included; the seller recommends placing the dish on an inverted terra cotta pot. Several other mosaic color variations are available in the Etsy store.
If you love sunflowers, this will put a smile on your face. The pretty glass bowl rests on a metal stand, which is included. Reviewers say it is easy to assemble, does not leak, and sturdy enough to hold up through storms.
This cast iron bath is an elegant art piece for your garden. Those sweet little birds will surely welcome more winged visitors to join them!
Birding experts recommend the water wiggler as a way to catch the attention of more bird species with moving water. You might attract migrating birds like warblers that don’t typically visit bird feeders.
This eye-catching solar pedestal will make a statement in any backyard, grabbing the attention of birds and passersby. A hidden solar panel charges the the LED solar lights throughout the day. Dusk brings the dazzling lights to life.
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This classic pedestal style bath is popular with bird lovers. It will withstand all types of weather to attract birds year-round. The shallow basin is ideal for smaller songbirds.
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This hanging glass basin will turn heads as backyard decor! This bowl is a breeze to refill and clean, and it’s easy to hang from a sturdy tree branch or shepherd’s hook. Bonus! Use it as a bird feeder if you prefer.
This affordable choice does double-duty in your yard. The included plastic water tray holds water; simply remove it, and you have a bird feeder! The base is crafted of durable Eastern red cedar wood.
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Nestle this leaf on the ground within your flowerbeds. Ground-dwelling birds like sparrows and juncos will appreciate the easy access to water. It holds 4 cups of water in the shallow basin. Want to make your own? Check out this DIY leaf birdbath project.
This resin Moose will add rustic, up-north charm and a touch of whimsy to your yard. It’s unique yet functional, offering plenty of perching spots for birds. The cute forest critter looks like it’s carved out of wood, but it’s actually made of weather-resistant resin, so you can keep it outdoors year-round.
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This glass bowl is so bright and colorful! This shallow, textured basin is ideal for birds, and it’s easy to clean. A sturdy metal base is included. The frame folds up easily so you can store it in your garden shed.
If you adore cardinals, this is the perfect choice for you. The natural look will blend into your backyard, but it’s made of durable resin to last for years. You could also use this as an indoor decorative piece. The realistic looking tree stump is topped off by a bird nest, with faux green succulents growing on the wood.
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