Visiting a garden center or wild bird shop and seeing the vast array of numerous available birdbaths can be intimidating. Fortunately, with adequate consideration, you may narrow down the bath is perfect for you as well as your birds.
Appearance plays a significant role.
If you choose a design for a birdbath that you don't like, you're less likely to keep it hygienic and full. To make sure that you will enjoy it even without birds, choose a bath that suits well with your garden décor, lifestyle, and design preferences.
Small birdbaths are comfortable and straightforward, but a bigger model can handle many birds without creating territorial clashes. Simultaneously, moving or cleaning a more massive bath can be difficult. Still, the likelihood of retaining more water can also be an advantage, whereas tinier baths can dry out more swiftly.
Budget is key
Price is the next factor you would want to bear in mind. Before you shop for one, you should think about how much you're prepared to spend on a bath. For the most part, the cost depends on the material you select, but it will also rely on how extensive your birdbath is and whether a pump or other electronics exist. You will have to pay a higher price if you want anything of superior quality. A smart idea if you're purchasing online is to sort your choices according to all parameters and then organize the list. That way, you can still operate within your budget.
The water level
When it applies to the size of the birds you're trying to appeal to, the depth of a birdbath is critical. It could frighten off most of the smaller, adorable birds you want to enjoy if it's too deep. If it's too shallow, then it might not be seen by larger birds as acceptable.