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Simple in appearance to fit into any outdoor décor, the birdbath basin features plastic construction that fares well through all weather conditions. Birds come to rest on the basin's rim, which is designed specifically to accommodate a natural talon grip. The basin affixes to API's unique EZ-Tilt-To-Clean deck rail mount. A sturdy hinge allows users to flip the basin over to quickly dump dirty water over the railing. The mount uses a screw clamp to grip a rail, needing no drills for installation. To best attract birds, place the birdbath in a sheltered southeast location and stock with fresh water regularly. The bath measures 20 inches in diameter with a 2-inch depth. This item weighs 4.9 pounds upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling
Works great . . as long as you don't put water in it! Then it's super-flimsy tilt-base will cock to one side and be lopsided, no matter what you do. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Michael Shamblin
I Love this bird bath and even added a solar fountain pump for more window viewing pleasure!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bow
Very poor quality. Brackets did not fit and bath would not stay on railing. Returned the item.Published 2 months ago by Jim D
The birds love it, I have it out on the balcony wall and it is so nice to watch the birds and squirrels in itPublished 2 months ago by RUTH E. HENNE
The birds love it. I love the way that I can tip the water out. After several weeks algae starts growing in it, but a quick wipe-down with a paper towel clears it right out. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SeltzerTime
I thought my father would enjoy having the birds up close. The birds decided they did not want to be up at close!Published 5 months ago by MKC