Cement Birdbaths In Winter - Knowledgebase Question

Yakima, WA
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Question by chrisw240
October 18, 2002
Does a cement bird bath have to be stored for the winter?

Answer from NGA
October 18, 2002
Wild birds appreciate and enjoy a bath and some fresh drinking water during the winter months. If your birdbath is inch-thick concrete, it should be fine outdoors during snowy and icy winter weather. If it's terra-cotta or glazed ceramic, it won't hold up to the elements and should be stored in a protected place during the winter months.

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