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A birdbath is not only the ideal place for birds to bathe in, but they can also drink from them. Birds that eat seeds have to drink a lot to maintain their moisture content. To bring birds to your garden, a birdbath is an indispensable accessory. Make your garden a bird paradise with one of the bird baths from our range!
Birds will have even more fun in your garden with a lovely bird bath. They use them not only for washing, but also for drinking. Birds that eat seeds need to drink a lot to maintain their moisture content. There are also birds that eat insects. These have enough to drink once or twice a day. Drinking birds at any place where water is present: near rivers, ponds, pools, ponds and in birdbaths. They do this in a different way than people, because they can not easily swallow. Some birds take water in their mouths and take their heads back to let it slide in. Other birds suck the water in and then push it further with their vibrating tongue. Barn swallows drink while flying; they dive to the water and create some of the surface.
Bathing in a bird bath
To keep their plumage in good condition and keep clear of dirt and parasites, birds regularly bathe. While bathing, they move in a variety of ways in a fixed pattern, in order to clean their feathers as efficiently as possible. Birds are especially vulnerable to predators while bathing and bathe as quickly as possible. All kinds of places, even a cart track, are suitable for bathing. After soaking, the birds sunbathe to dry their feathers and return to temperature. Blackbirds are big fans of this. Afterwards they peck and scratch their feathers to remove the remaining dirt and the remaining parasites from their feathers. They also 'arrange' their feathers in this way. Now they are ready to fly again!