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  • Gramma Rose

    Provide Our Feathered Friends with a Drink and Their Own Bath!

  • Cynthia Kelly

    Create a Backyard Wildlife Habitat Provide a Birdbath Watch your landscape come alive by adding a splashy spot where birds can drink and bathe. Birdbaths are available in a variety of styles and materials. Birds prefer shallow basins (a maximum of 2 inches deep) that have a rough surface for good gripping. Will be used by Rose Breasted Grossbeaks.

  • Deanna Almatiri

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