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birdbath

A small puddle of water occurring at a low spot in paving.
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Add different depths to your birdbath by adding flat stones around the edge and other areas.
Success is achieved through a broad mix of supplies, including feed, birdhouses and birdbaths; knowledgeable employees; and fostering connections with birding organizations, such as your local chapter of the National Audubon Society.
The bird had not been taught to do this.' At our birdbath, bones and bread are again the order of the day.
To mount the birdbath, get a 12-inch piece of pipe that is a quarter-inch larger in diameter than the dish support.
Fill up the dog dish, birdbath, your child's sippy cup or sprinkle on a plant in need.
From silverware hooks made of old serving utensils, to a birdbath crafted of a lampshade, to a trellis composed of disused golf clubs, these projects encourage both responsible recycling and artistic flair.
The bird took over our birdbath for about 20 minutes.
Guided by that principle, metal sculptor Tom Torrens designed this three-tiered copper birdbath and fountain (which also serves as an investment-worthy work of art) for his own garden.
YOU WILL NEED: * Shoe box (any size) * Photos of flowers, a birdbath, a garden bench (from catalogs, magazines, etc.) * Construction paper * Lightweight cardboard * Glue DIRECTIONS: 1.
Glue the flowers and the birdbath on cardboard cut to match their outlines.
Ducklings love jumping off a dock, or drinking from a birdbath, but most important duckling love YOU.
She returned to her theater roots when she founded the Third Street Theater, where she taught acting and directed numerous productions, winning Drama-Logue Awards for her direction of Leonard Melfi's play "Birdbath" and her perf in "A View From the Bridge."