Bird Bath in One Minute

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Introduction: Bird Bath in One Minute

About: A DIY enthusiast.

This is an instructable of making a bird bath in one minute.

The reasons were...

  1. I made this because there are a few wild birds flying around and sometime land in trees near the house. Also, it serve as a place where they can have a drink.
  2. It is the first time that I did this instructable for the wild life.The instructable is out of my comfort zone.

Step 1: The Items

  1. A plate planter
  2. A bottle of water

Step 2: The Location

  1. Firstly, I pick a tree that the birds usually hang around.
  2. Then, I select the branches that can hold the plate sturdy.
  3. I make sure that the branches that hold the plate is high up so that it is difficult for any predators to hunt the birds.

Step 3: The Bath

  1. I pour the water into the plate.
  2. Lastly, I adjust the plate so that the water level in the plate.

HAPPY MAKING!

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    I did this for the many birds that perch in the evergreen bushes by my deck -- we had more chipmunks drinking from and bathing in it than birds!

    We have some evergreen bushes next to our deck, and I have a couple bird feeders for the dozens of birds that hang out in the bushes... never thought of putting a bird bath in the branches. Thanks for the idea and how-to, and good luck with the contests -- I voted for you in all 3!

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    Thanks for voting and commenting :-)

    Ahh...while working in your garden you can hear birds in harmony. Really cool!

    Voted!

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    Thanks for voting and commenting.

    Free bath, free drinks, free foods (insects and bugs in the garden), free accommodations (sleep in trees safe from predators), etc...
    A FIVE STARS resort for wild birds!
    I wish I got that in the human world, LOL :D
    Thanks for commenting.