As seen on the CBS Early Show!
Attract more birds to your birdbath by adding motion to the water! Moving water acts like a magnet for birds, including some species that don't regularly visit backyard feeders. Invite these shy birds into your yard where you can enjoy them!
The Water Wiggler is easy to install without wiring or plumbing. It operates from two D-batteries for up to two months of continuous use. The Wiggler's unique, silent agitator runs 24 hours a day, creating continuous ripples in water. It is also safe for use in a heated birdbath.
As an added bonus, Water Wiggler also acts to deter mosquitoes. Mosquitoes need stagnant water to lay and hatch
their eggs, and a running Water Wiggler ensures they'll need to find another place to call home.
Easy to install. Just place in your birdbath and watch it go!
Watch a video demonstrating how the water wiggler works
Have to get it there quickly? Rush shipping is available! We offer 3-day, 2-day, and overnight service starting at an additional $10.00 fee. Rush shipping charges are added to the standard shipping listed and are based on the total shipment weight including packaging. Please call BWD at 800-879-2473 for all rush shipping orders.
If you think buying a filtered pump or dripper for your birdbath is too complicated or too expensive, the Water Wiggler is a perfect solution. Add motion to water no matter where you place your birdbath. No wires needed. Just fit the Water Wiggler with batteries and place it in a shallow bath. Youíll attract water-loving birds from all over when they see the alluring ripples in your bath. Put some wiggle in your water today!
My birds love the Water Wiggler! It seems like it would
use more battery power than it does. I have had it for
a good while and still have not had to replace the batteries!
It DOES wiggle the water, and the birds like that alot. The problem for me was that the birds kept flipping it over by their splashing, etc. I have to go out every day to set it right. That's rather aggravating. Maybe making it heavier would help with this problem. Otherwise, I like it.
Perhaps it will be more attractive to the birds when the
weather is warmer. I tried it for a short time and noticed
that the birds would fly toward the bird bath then turn away
without landing.....the squirrels didn't mind that it was there....will try again later.