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Yellow-rumped Warblers Visiting A Bird Bath
 

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How to Choose the Best Bird Baths to Attract Lots of Birds!

Juvenile Eastern Bluebirds
 
Why are bird baths the best way to attract lots of birds?

It is fairly simple when you think about it. All living things require water to survive. 

We provide nyjer seed for Finches, suet for Woodpeckers, syrup feeders for Hummingbirds and a variety of other feeders and seed to attract specific types of birds.

And even though black-oil sunflower seed is considered the bird food that will attract the most variety of birds, the insect and fruit eating birds, will pass it by.

But bird baths, will attract everyone, as the picture at the very top of this newsletter shows, Yellow-rumped Warblers drinking from a bird bath and the next picture at the top of this article with two juvenile Eastern Bluebirds. Two types of bird species which are bug and fruit eaters, would very rarely if ever, be attracted to seed feeders.

And if you add the sound of water, trickling, bubbling or dripping to your bird bath, very few birds in your area will be able to resist!
 
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It's True, Wild Birds Have Many Other Ways of Bathing!

Like This Cormorant, Sun Bathing to Dry Off

 
And, we have all seen birds in the early morning freshness, sitting on a wire to warm up.

 
House Sparrow Enjoying a Dust Bath, or Anting?

 
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