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birdbath

A small puddle of water occurring at a low spot in paving.
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It is made of weatherproof polyresin, so it is durable and sturdy yet lightweight and easy to maintain compared to more traditional stone bird baths.
And after we contacted the company who supplied it, bosses decided to bring it back into production for one time only and the bird bath was re-cast from the mould that went out of manufacture some years ago -- especially for Jean.
Bird Bath & Feeder, July 9, for pre-5th grade, 10:00-11:00
You can make a simple bird bath out of plant pots, says the Woodland Trust YOU WILL NEED: A large terracotta plant pot A large plant saucer Strong glue Some small stones or gravel HOW TO MAKE IT 1.
A bird bath has always been one of my favourite features in a garden and since replacing my old rotten deck with the new composite one (which I still love) I haven't yet got around to replacing the bird bath.
It is the latest in the bird bath saga that has kept Jean sitting on the edge of her garden bench as events have unfolded since it was taken by the thief who left a note saying he was sorry and explaining he stole it for his mother's birthday present.
Please pensioner Jean Crilly is on cloud nine after being told the replica bird bath that was stolen by an apologetic thief has arrived in Britain from America and will be with her soon.
To make sure your garden is accommodating, introduce a bird house, feeding station or a bird bath - all of these are a must for budding young bird watchers.
OFFER D-Bird Bath: Frostresistant stoneware bird bath, supplied with heavy duty chain - just pounds 5.95.
Add a touch of beauty and elegance to any garden with this ornamental fountain bird bath.
Or to make it easier to remove ice from a bird bath, line the bath with a polythene sheet that you can lift out.
Simon Laxon Giant hornet found by mum and daughter in Tile Hill I had one of these recently on my bird bath, kept looking at it thinking was a weird bee, it was massive.