Camera Trap Basics for Bird-Spotters

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Recently, we’ve been using camera traps to capture videos of birds using our birdbaths. One of my favourites is the video of these wonderful silvereyes flocking around a dish in some coastal habitat below! Silvereyes migrate in large groups, feed Read more ›

Why raised Birdbaths are better!

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In this post I am going to touch on a contentious topic for some people and as I am completely not wishing to offend anybody here is a little warning to cat lovers and owners out there; basically I think Read more ›

Which Birdbath should I choose?

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People often ask advice on which birdbath is best for their garden and their circumstances. In this post, I outline the best way to choose the right birdbath. For most suburban gardens, where the gardener is interested in attracting more Read more ›

EXTRA Large Spun Copper Dish: The Big Mumma

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I would like to introduce the mother of all the spun copper dishes the EXTRA Large, this strangely enough has been our latest edition to the family 😉 The extra large dish is 1100mm in diameter and holds approximately 50lt Read more ›

Bathing Birds: Mallee Birdbath

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I am pretty excited as we have a new toy, a wildlife camera to take photos of the birds in our birdbaths. It’s wonderful! I have tried so many times to take photos of the birds in my garden and Read more ›

Mallee Design SHOP

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It is official! the Mallee birdbaths and water dishes have their very own online shop! they will be much more comfortable there 😉 they can take up as much space and get as much attention as they need. Please visit shop.malleedesign.com.au for Read more ›

Floating Birdbath

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This is the new steel tripod stand for my spun copper dishes, this stand is designed to disappear into the plants in a garden bed. It is made up of three thin metal rods that taper and attach to a Read more ›

The Mini Dish

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Please welcome “The Mini” dish to my bird bath family, yes, they have been breeding and this is the result 😉 a small shallow bird bath that holds 2 litres of water and is 420mm wide x 25mm deep. In Read more ›

Just the Dish!

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This copper bird bath is spun by a local metal spinner. It is wide and shallow so that it will occasionally dry out, inhibiting mosquito populations. If you are interested or would like to know more about this bird bath, please contact Read more ›

Floating Birdbath

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Introducing the ‘Floating’ bird bath, I am so happy with this design, the spun copper dish sits atop a steel tripod made of thin rods and two rings, the base simply disappears into the garden if you want it to. The Read more ›