CLOSED: Wild Bird Birdbath and Feeder Giveaway!

by Claire H. on November 6, 2013

Thank you to everyone who participated!

Wild Bird Birdbath and Feeder Giveaway!*

To enter: leave a comment on this post telling us why you should win this birdbath and feeder.

We will pick ONE LUCKY WINNER to win the Birdbath and Feeder (combined value of $139.98!)

Entry Deadline: Noon CST on Friday, November 8th, 2013.

Birdbath and Feeder

* One entry per person. No purchase is necessary to participate. You should be a legal resident of the United States and 18 years or older. Void where prohibited. Shipping to winners will be supplied by Drs. Foster and Smith. Lucky winners will be chosen after Noon CST on November 8th, 2013. Winner will be announced on

Sponsor: Foster & Smith, Inc., P.O. Box 100, Rhinelander, WI 54501-0100. Employees and their immediate family members are not eligible to enter. Winner will be notified by email, and must reply with their shipping information within 48 hours. Failure to reply within the 48 hours (2 days) will forfeit your prize.

Claire is a mom to three children. She has owned dogs and cats in the past, and currently has one calico cat named Potatoe. Although never owning them, she is very interested in reptiles, and has assisted friends in the past who owned a reptile store.


Kristin Yonkers November 7, 2013 at 5:11 pm

At my house we have a man-made pond with Koi in it. That is the only readily able body of water on our property. I’ve debated on setting up something water-like for our birdie friends to go by their 10 feeders we have. The reason being, every time these poor birds come to the pond they get scared half to death by the Koi! All these sweet things want to do is splash, and they get harassed by the non flying folk in the pond! Please pick us so our birds can have some non-scary water fun!

Melissa November 7, 2013 at 6:23 pm

This would look great in my yard!!!!

pink November 8, 2013 at 9:22 am

i live out in the country……. we are seniors and love to watch the birds

Serenity Starbright Dilsworth November 8, 2013 at 9:35 am

I moved to South Carolina 6 years ago. Every year I add to my “bird sanctuary” with feeders, bird baths and bird houses.We have such a wide variety of songbirds in my area. Cardinals,mocking birds, blue birds, buntings, chickadees … the list goes on and on.

They begin their song early in the morning while I am having coffee. I can expect a nest to be started in my motorcycle helmet annually which always makes my husband laugh and amuses all my biker buddies.

I place feeders and baths strategically so birds have a tall bush or tree to fly into in case a predator enters into their area.

In the Spring, the hummers will return and those feeders will be set up once again. They empty three nicely sized hummingbird globes about once a week. I have seen several dozen all at once in the early summer evenings. Always a pleasure to sit and observe from my veranda.

It would be lovely to win, but whether I do or do not, I’ll continue creating my little “bird haven”. One of the benefits of being retired is the ability to indulge oneself. *grin*

Patrice Soehren November 8, 2013 at 9:43 am

I’ve always had birdhouses in my trees and love the family of wrens that have lived in my houses for the past 20 years that I’ve lived here. I would love to add this package to the backyard for them. They would love it!

Heather November 8, 2013 at 9:48 am

I live in a very dry climate. We already leave water bowls out, but this would be nice to add so the birds would have their own.

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