Aquanura Solar Birdbath Fountain Insert



Item # 21300R01
Ship Weight 2.20 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Transform Your Birdbath into a Solar Fountain in Seconds

The Aquanura Birdbath Fountain Insert takes your birdbath from simple to solar-powered in seconds. To install, choose a sunny spot in the garden for your birdbath and place the Aquanura solar insert into the birdbath bowl. It's that easy! The Aquanura has an understated neutral grey finish that blends with a wide variety of birdbaths. The solar fountain insert requires a minimum 1-1/2-inch water depth to submerge pump. Bring inside during freezing temperatures. The Aquanura includes one 360 spray fountain head and one bubbler fountain head.

Product Information


  • Height (inches): 2
  • Width (inches): 9-1/4
  • 2 Fountain heads: 360° spray and bubbler

Product Features

  • Convert a traditional birdbath into a solar fountain in seconds
  • Aquanura® insert creates tranquil water sounds
  • Moving water attracts birds
  • Neutral grey finish designed to work with a wide variety of fountain finishes
  • Operates in direct sunlight
  • Requires minimum 1-1/2-inch water depth to submerge pump

Customer Reviews

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 4/5

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from IN

best fountain I have ever owned


We bought this fountain 2 summers ago. It sits in a garden that gets afternoon sun. We absolutely love it. It is not an issue to us that it isn't flowing until the afternoon sun hits it. It is easy care and best of all, no cords to mess with. When the sun is out, it is a gift to have flowing water. When it isn't out we enjoy the pretty pool of water inside our copper container where the fountain lives. I plan to buy another for the morning side of my garden.

from OH

Limited function


I liked the idea of a little fountain in my birdbath and in the tub that holds water for my hens so I bought two. This solar fountain does dribble water but in a very limited way. The solar power only works while the sun is shining full on the entire thing. A shadow from a railing falling on a corner of it--no fountain. A high overcast--no fountain. A shadow from an edge of the birdbath--no fountain. Meanwhile the water sitting in the sun is very hot. I have solar lights that remain on for a while in the dark, even in our cloudy winter days, so why can't this solar power be a little more robust?! Not worth the $40, not even worth $4.