Heated Birdbath Review Of My Favorite Bird Spa

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A Popular Heated Birdbath Review

A List Of Answers You Are Looking For, In This Heated Bird Bath Review?

  • A way to provide wild birds with water in the freezing weather?
  • Something that is lightweight?
  • Easy to understand?
  • Quick to setup?
  • Thermostatically controlled, so it does not have to be turned on & off?
  • Easy to clean?
  • Easy to fill?
  • Reliable?

3-In-1 Heated Birdbath
Terra Cotta Color

This is the best selling and favorite heated birdbath of many people. (And my favorite! ? )

Here’s why:

  • This birdbath is shallow, which makes it feel safer for small birds. I place a flat rock in the middle, to allow little birds to stand outside the water safely, without fear of slipping in.

This bird bath is versatile in that it has 3 ways that it can be set up, with the hardware for each included:

  • It can be attached to the railing of your deck.
  • Pole mounted in your yard.
  • Or with the legs that are provided, it can sit on the ground or a table.
heated birdbath
4.5 Star
  • I have always found that birds will choose a darker color birdbath over a white one. I’m not saying a white birdbath will not be used by birds. But it has been my observation that they prefer darker birdbaths. I do not have research to back this up either, it is just my experience.

    This particular heated bird bath comes in a green color option too. Green and terra cotta colored water is
    something birds will find in nature and are accustomed to. Of course, the water is getting its color from merely reflecting the bottom of the stream. But that is what we see.

  • It is reasonably priced too! Compared to some other heated birdbaths, this one is affordable.
  • It is well made because Farm Innovators make quality products for agricultural needs. (They also sell heated chicken fountains, dog bowls, water bottles, pond de-icers and so much more.)

Green 3-In-1 Heated Birdbath

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heated bird bath with 3 ways to mount

Cord Connect Water-Tight Cord Lock

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What are the Drawbacks to This Bird Bath?

1. Yes, it does not hold as much water as some other heated birdbaths. It will require filling more often. So you will want to consider where you place if you are trudging through the snow to fill it up.

But the flip side to this is, filling it more often means fresher and cleaner water for the wild birds. Our bath gets lots of use all day, making it necessary for it to be dumped and refilled with fresh water daily.

Also as I mentioned earlier, small birds would rather not have to deal with a lot of deep water in a birdbath.

2. The cord is very short. You will need a three-pronged extension cord suitable for outside. Note: If the company made the cord longer then the price would be considerably more for everyone, whether you need the longer cord or not.|

Also, some people have mentioned in the reviews that the company has written into the instructions not to use an extension cord. It is true, it does say that, but my opinion is that they do not want to become liable if someone misuses the heated bath with an extension attached and is hurt.  Almost all heated bird baths I am familiar with have a very short cord and will need an extension cord. So it is our responsibility when dealing with electricity to use it wisely.

Pedestal Style Version

This birdbath also comes as a pedestal style that can stand on its own if you prefer.

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Heated Birdbath Review

How Do Birds Benefit from a Heated Bird Bath in Winter?

  •     Eating snow lowers body heat, which creates…
  •     a need for more energy to stay warm, which results…
  •     in a need to find more food. A heated bird bath reduces the ill effects of not having open water to drink.
  •     Bathing helps birds keep their feathers in top condition for flying.
  •     Being able to use a birdbath in winter gives the birds an opportunity to get rid of parasites.

Farm Innovators

3-In-1 Heated Birdbath

heated birdbath
4.5 Star

I love mine!

Watch the videos!

Looks peaceful & quiet, but not for long.

heated bird bath

Splashing & Enjoying at -5C/23F!

Little birds love it because it is shallow.

heated bird bath finches love it

Even at -5F having a bath is good. ?

heated bird bath attracts small birds

Everyone needs to drink!

heated bird bath squirrel drinking

An unusual lull in activity.

heated bird bath through the window

Owning the birdbath as only Mourning Doves can do!

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Choose The Colour You Like Best!

Terra Cotta


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More Info On Types of Birds Bathing Habits Below & In the Right Column

  • Dust Baths, sunbathing and “anting” may seem like odd practices to humans, but we actually practice activities for the very same purposes.
  • Cleaning Bird Baths on a regular schedule is very necessary for wild bird health and enjoyment.
  • Heated Bird Baths are a wonderful way to provide water for wild birds in winter in areas where the temperatures reach the freezing mark.
  • Homemade Bird Bath How to make a recycled, upcycled birdbath by repurposing used items. The birds love it and it is beautiful too.
  • Bird Bathing Info A bath for birds also provides a basic need for the wild birds too and that is water to drink to sustain their lives.

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