Birding Notes

Birding Notes

Providing Water for Birds
Like all animals, birds need water to survive. Though they can extract some
moisture from their food, most birds drink water every day. Birds also use
water for bathing, to clean their feathers and remove parasites. After splashing
around in a bath for a few minutes, a bird usually perches in a sunny
spot and fl uffs its feathers out
to dry. Then it carefully
preens each feather,
adding a protective
coating of oilsecreted by a gland
at the base of its tail.

Copied from Cornell Edu.

Free Residential Shipping

On Be‚Äčnches, Table Sets, Bird Baths and ‚ÄčFountains Hand-crafted from Stone/Granite

See Below for Exclusions



Notify me before ordering if shipping to other than residential.

Please note some additional shipping fees may apply to the western states as well as some areas of Florida, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota.Also some difficult to access areas of New York and DC area. Please contact me via email or phone before ordering from one of these states.
SHIPPING   IS  CURBSIDE

VisaMasterCardPayPal
Security Metrics Certified
Copyright © TAYLOR & TAYLOR MARKETING, LLC Lebanon, TN
support@stonestatuestore.com