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Waterfall Rocks

Attract more birds with these small additions to your birdbath! 


Waterfall rocks are small, artificial rocks with an internal pump. The pump recirculates the water inside a birdbath, creating a constantly flowing waterfall.

waterfall rock
A small pump is hidden inside this waterfall rock.

There are many different styles of waterfall rocks.

 layered waterfall rock

Waterfall rocks are an attractive addition to your birdbath and the sound of the running water does a wonderful job in attracting more birds.

You need to know…

  •  Some pumps will need to be connected to an electrical outlet. Be sure to use an outlet with a ground fault interrupter.
  •  Some pumps are solar powered, but are more expensive.
  •  Waterfall rocks are sometimes sold without a pump. When purchasing, make sure the waterfall has a pump, or that you can supply your own.
  •  Pumps can be damaged in freezing weather.

Quick Hits

Cooper's and Sharp-shinned Hawks feed on other birds. They will sometimes hang around feeders in hopes of capturing an easy meal.  They only take what they need to eat, so they are not going to eat any more song birds by visiting your feeder station.  If you are concerned, take down your feeders for 3-4 weeks.  The raptors will usually move on.