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The Bird Water Receptacle

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This Clip on  bird water receptacle is specifically designed for strong, stable, easy attachment to trees and easy removal for cleaning [A birdbath requires regular maintenance] to avoid the possible adverse health effects of birds drinking dirty water that may have become fouled with excrement, algae, or fungi.

This product encourages birds to co habitat your garden and provides native birds with the necessary micro habitat and safe refuge  from cats and other predators.

It is necessary to locate birdbaths high in a tree in a location [preferably protected by a grandmaster bird protector]  where the birds can see the area around it, and where there are no hiding places for predators to lurk. Birds cannot fly well when their feathers are wet and heavy, so it's best to allow 2 feet of open space on all sides of the bath, so that the birds can see danger coming with enough time to escape

The Grand Master bird bath receptacle is a specially designed plastic spigot collar ribbon design and ornate shallow bowls [of various designs] spigot foot for quick strong attachment and removal and rails for birds to perch on . .

Tips for the construction of bird and wild life habitats in your garden:

Native plants, and ornamental plants, that supply berries, acorns, nuts, seeds, nectar, and other foods, and also bird nest building materials encourages the health and new generations of birds. These qualities can also increase the visible population to enjoy in a garden. Using companion planting and the birds' insect cuisine habits is a traditional method for pest control in an organic garden, and any landscape.