Asked on May 20, 2017
Which is best for N.E. all season birdbath?
The cement birdbath my dad created (from a dead tree stump, VERY, cool!) will meet it's fate this year. We know a replacement is due. MUST be, year-round. He uses a bird bath heater in winter to keep water from freezing. (MI winters can be cruel). We've seen ceramic, cement, resin etc. For the ridiculous sums demanded; it MUST hold up! If you live northwest to northeast where winter is brutal; and have a birdbath year round with heater in winter; PLEASE advise? Thanks in advance!