My New Brick Birdbath
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After showing Mark the article on using bricks in the garden in that South African e-magazine which featured our pond, we decided we liked the stacked brick birdbath pictured. We also decided we needed to add a few more birdbaths in our garden, too. (I’m convinced one can never have too many!) Since we have enough salvaged brick to build a second house piled here and there in the pot ghetto area of the back yard, we didn’t have to buy a thing! We also have several stacks of salvaged slate from a demo job in downtown Orlando, too. So Mark built one of brick and one of slate. I love both of them, and best of all, since the bricks and slate are just stacked up, they would be easy to relocate or take down completely, if we wanted to make changes. It only took him about an hour on each one, to be sure every layer was level and neat. I’m all smiles!
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This makes at least five birdbaths in my backyard, alone. How many do YOU have? Even birds that don’t use feeders need water, and will usually make use of a birdbath, even if it’s just a shallow bowl on the ground. And watching them bathe is so much fun!