Why Buy A Solar Bird Bath?
A solar bird bath can be an excellent alternative to traditional electric bird baths with bird bath bowls and pedestals.
They can save electricity, which is both good for the environment and for your budget. In addition, a solar bath with running water means that you will attract more birds to your backyard. You will find some of the most popular solar bird baths right here on this page.
A possible disadvantage of a solar bird bath is that it requires direct sunlight and may not pump as much water as an electric bird bath. However, a solar bath makes less noise, which makes for a peaceful garden.
Some solar bird baths feature electric options for use on less sunny days. Keep them plugged in in case there is not enough sunlight.
Advantages Of A Solar Bird Bath
- More environmentally friendly and less costly.
- No ugly extension cords required and unlimited placement in your garden.
- Simple to install
How Does A Solar Bird Bath Work?
A solar cell either is placed inside the bird bath bowl or a panel is placed just outside the bath. The solar cell absorbs energy from the sun all day. This energy powers the bird bath the pump and circulates the water.
Some solar bird baths can be damaged in cold weather. During the winter months, be sure to remove the solar insert or combine it with with a bird bath heater to prevent the bird bath water from freezing.
Solar Bird Bath Fountain
This solar bird bath fountain is a great example of a bird bath with an electrical option. It offers the best of both worlds. It will soak up solar energy on sunny days. Plug it in on cloudy days and always keep the water moving!