Bird Feeders

All About Our Feeders

Our comprehensive range of feeders is attractive, reasonably priced and designed by ornithologists to meet the needs of birds – and people.

Bird Baths & Water Dishes

Bird Feeders

All About Our Feeders

Our comprehensive range of feeders is attractive, reasonably priced and designed by ornithologists to meet the needs of birds – and people.

14 items selected

  1. Myrte Garden Birds Water Dish
    €14.95
  2. Hanging Water Dish
    €14.95
  3. Endine Bird Bath
    €14.95 €16.95
  4. Licony Bird Bath
    €11.95
  5. Garda Bird bath
    €34.95
  6. Idro Water Dish
    €5.95 €7.95
    • 30 years experience in biodiversity
    • Supporting Wildlife Partners across Ireland and Europe
    • Ireland's Leading Wildlife Care Specialists
  7. Vico Bird Bath
    €9.95
  8. Hanging Water Bowl
    €14.95
  9. Garden Birds Water Dish
    €14.95
  10. Egersund Seed Feeder
    €8.95
  11. Vierno Tajine Water Dish
    €12.95
  12. Vierno Drinker for Birds
    €12.95
    • 30 years experience in biodiversity
    • Supporting Wildlife Partners across Ireland and Europe
    • Ireland's Leading Wildlife Care Specialists
  13. Maggiore Bird Bath
    €24.95
    Out of stock
  14. Levico Bird Bath
    €12.95
    Out of stock

Bird Baths and Water Dishes

Our hanging water dishes and bird baths are great for small garden birds, whose diet consists mainly of seeds and are in most need of fresh drinking water as it is not naturally present in their diet. They can also be used as hanging feeders to hang from a tree, bird table to feeding station.

For garden birds a regular supply of clean water is essential for drinking and bathing – two vital activities in their lives. Smaller garden birds diets consist of seeds and grains, which are a very dry food source, to birds will often need to drink and bathe once or twice a day. By putting out a bird bath or water dish you can provide a vital supply of water, attract a large number and variety of birds to your garden and enjoy watching their antics as they drink and bathe. Bird baths should be cleaned regularly with a diluted, non-toxic disinfectant and scrubbed thoroughly to remove algae and droppings.

During spells of cold weather it is especially important to provide birds with a regular supply of water, to drink and to help keep their plumage clean; important for insulation during the cold nights of winter and early spring. While it is just as important to keep a fresh supply of water available during hot weather too. Birds are at their most vulnerable to predators when bathing, so they are less at risk from surprise attack if you situate the bird bath at least two metres from cover.