How to prevent cement bird baths from spreading

We’re still not sure why the cement birdbath was spreading, but we’re taking it seriously. 

The cement birdfeeders have been found in all kinds of areas, from the sea to the top of buildings.

They are all different.

The first one, for example, is not for people, it’s for birds.

The second one, which is for the fish and shellfish industry, is for fishermen and the tourism industry. 

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Its been spotted in the sea, in the ocean and even in the roof of buildings as far afield as Barcelona. 

In Spain, the city of Valencia is the first to receive the birdbath. 

We spoke to its owner, Fernando Castillo, and he explained that cement birds are used to kill marine life, including plankton. 

“They are used as a means to kill sea life, as they feed on the plankton that are the main predators of marine life. 

They are also a deterrent against predators, including the cement fish that live on them,” he told us. 

What is a cement bird?

A cement bird feeds on a living plankton, which it then feeds on with its beak, and uses this plankton to make up the feathers of its shell. 

Why does it spread? 

It spreads because the cement is soft, which means that the birds can eat it. 

But what is it good for? 

If a cement birds bath is spread, it can be harmful to fish, the shellfish and even the planktoms that live in it.

What can you do about it? 

Castillo said that the cement can spread on its own. 

If the birdfeeds have been spread, he suggested that the bird feeders should be cleaned, disinfected and disinfected again. 

There are different methods of cleaning cement bird feeder: You can clean the water by spraying the bird’s feathers with a disinfectant, or disinfecting it by boiling it for a short period. 

Or you can spray a disinfection solution, like disinfectant wipes, on the birds feathers, so they don’t get contaminated. 

Do you have a cement pigeon bath? 

No. 

However, Castillo said the birds may be used as part of a plan to kill plankton in the city. 

He said: “If a plan is put in place that allows cement birds to be used for the killing of plankton from a specific area, that is what the city is looking for.”

If we can make it easier to control cement birds from the seasides, we can also increase the use of these birds in certain other ways.

“What do you think of this cement bird shower? 

Are you a fan of cement birds?

Do you think the city will be able to control the spread of this birdbath?

Let us know what you think in the comments below.