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Glass Bird Bath - Welcomes Birds and Butterflies

Glass Bird Bath - Welcomes Birds and Butterflies

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Crafted from hand-blown recycled glass, this cool new Glass Bird Bath attracts thirsty neighborhood birds and butterflies with an almost magical pool of shimmering water that seems to spout up from the ground. This sculptural glass basin features a self-staking design, has an outer edge for birds to perch upon, and can also be filled with bird seed as well. Perfect for staking into raised vegetable beds, gardens, containers, or just nestled into the landscape around your home.

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