Solar Fountains

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My garden has many water features, because I find the trickling of water extremely calming. Fountains and bird baths also attract birds who stop by for a quick thirst quenching and frolicking, which is always fun to watch. But not every spot in the garden allows for the set up of a power powered fountain, this is why I fell in love with the solar fountains. 

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Fountains and bird baths can be set up anywhere as long as the solar panel gets plenty of light to charge itself to power the pump. As soon as the sun is put water flows in a continues stream adding a nice visual and audible effect. Once the sun goes down activity stops as well, although my fountain has these two tiny lights that come on at light. 

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