This delightful bird bath is perfect for bringing some fun into your garden. Featuring a bird and three playful chipmunks, this striking bird bath is sure to charm all those who see it. Constructed from durable polyresin, this feature is UV and frost resistant, making it perfect for avoiding frost damage in winter and bleaching or deterioration on hot summer days. This bird bath is also great at attracting wild birds back into your garden by providing them with a safe source of water.
Providing water for the birds in your garden is very important no matter what the time of year. In the summer, bird baths are important to help keep birds hydrated as natural pools and puddles quickly dry up in the heat. In the winter, unfrozen water is crucial to the survival of your feathered friends. Fresh water also provides a safe place for birds to bathe and preen, keeping their feathers in tip-top condition.
Developed Exclusively for Primrose. As the name implies, this new generation water feature cleaner 'Fountain Safe' will help you to effortlessly maintain the lustre of your shiny new water feature whilst ensuring that the safety of your children and pets is not compromised.
Thanks to Mrs D for this fantastic photo of a blue tit enjoying this bird bath in her garden.
"Bought as an anniversary present, the recipients were thrilled with their unusual gift (they are actually squirrels & not chipmunks!!)"
Reviewed Thursday, 7 June 2018
"Smaller than expected but happy otherwise"
Reviewed Friday, 18 May 2018
Reviewed Monday, 21 March 2016
"Good quality, pity about high postage."
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Reviewed Friday, 22 November 2013
Reviewed Friday, 19 July 2013
"My fault, I didn't look at the sizes, but it is a little small."
Reviewed Sunday, 7 July 2013
Reviewed Thursday, 4 July 2013
"Playful Chipmunks Bath has been a wonderful addition to the garden. Hours of enjoyment watching the birds, they are very happy having a bath. THANK YOU."
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 June 2013
"It adds to my flower border nicely and has attracted interest. I have passed
your details on to another gardener."
Reviewed Sunday, 26 May 2013