The shape of this birdbath takes its inspiration from a falling drop of water. Each ring provides a different depth, so our little winged friends don't get drenched when dipping in for a sip.
The attention to detail in this feeder might make my house look all the shabbier by comparison. That said, I'd still have to hang it as it's too lovely to hide.
This little birch birdhouse could almost go incognito if placed amidst a group of trees. I say almost, because it's really too adorable for one not to take note.
If squirrels are still an issue, this clever feeder could have you covered. The thin opening is designed to be easy for smaller birds to feed from, but a hassle for larger critters to get their hands on. And it comes in a nice powder blue or lime green if you'd like a little color.
This is kind of like the hummingbird feeder we had growing up, but far more fun. The Ferris wheel-like shape could also keep any fights from breaking out from too many beaks and not enough feeding spots.
Mouth-blown glass makes for an elegantly shaped feeding orb. And it's easy to see when it's time for a refill.
For those of us with little to no lawn space, a bird bath is still an option! Just clip this one to your balcony rail and you've got a sweet birdie show right outside your window.
This spiraling birdbath can be hung from above, yet another option for outdoor spaces without much actual "space" to speak of.
This design kind of reminds me of Disney's Epcot Center. It's the perfect house for the ultra-modern bird.
Not getting enough birds? This hilarious little feeder is just as fun to look at when nobody's around to grab a snack.