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I planned this bird watering hole years ago so that the bird bath would have shade, clean and easy to fill water and safe refuge from cats, there's just one little Eastern Rosella approaching in the grass on the right as I took this shot but it's a favorite watering hole at our place!

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Great use of leftover old bricks - just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then lay a saucer on top.

To keep algae growth from your bird bath drop some pre-1982 copper pennies in. I have what I would call a normal size bird bath & I use 7 pennies. The reason for the pennies being pre-1982 is that before that year, the pennies contained copper, a natural algicide.