Decorating Patio And Garden With Owl Water Fountains – Owl water fountains must be one of the most fun and attractive options to delight the eye and light the spirit. They combine the fascinating world of owls with the soothing effect of water, located together in a fountain that focused the eye and draws the ear.
Owls are great but why get a water fountain in your garden?
– The sight of cascading water. The sight of falling water is one of nature’s most beautiful displays. People flock from all over to see waterfalls, streams and rivers and the waves crashing upon rocks, cliffs and beaches. This fascination with water also extends to people getting their own fountains for outside or inside their homes that can be enjoyed on a daily basis 24 hours a day without having to travel far and wide to see one of nature’s most beautiful spectacles.
– Delightful and relaxing sounds. A major benefit to any garden or indoor fountain is the sound it makes. There is something peculiar about the sound of water that makes people feel relaxed and at ease. Most people enjoy the sound a fountain makes as a primary uplifting benefit to owning a garden water feature.
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– Improvement in air quality. One thing many people do not realize is the improvement in air quality that an outdoor water fountain creates. By injecting moisture into the air the presence of beneficial ions are increased. To many people this air quality causes them to feel more invigorated, less lethargic and some people even report increases in mood in the presence of water fountains.
– Final thoughts on fountains. The fountain may remind you of a vacation or locale you visited long ago, a person you were with during that time, or it could serve as a memorial to a loved one.
And finally, why owls are such interesting birds? Most owls hunt insects, small mammals and other birds. Owls are active at night and they are farsighted, meaning they can’t see things close to their eyes clearly. Owls are very quiet in flight compared to other birds of prey. The color of owl’s feathers helps them blend into their environment (camouflage). Barn owls can be recognized by their heart shaped face.