This is an excerpt from an article on the Huffington Post about the amazing bird bath in New York City.
The bird bath is a popular activity for people in New Yorkers who want to get their hair and makeup done and the process is similar to the bath tub, except instead of using a tub full of water, people go through a series of holes in the floor and onto a flat surface that is then heated by a hot bird or other animal.
The process requires a lot of patience and care, as some people might have allergic reactions to birds, while others may be allergic to bird droppings.
In New York, the bird baths are a popular holiday activity for many New Yorkers, but some New Yorkers are worried that it is creating a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other bugs.
The Huffington Post asked city officials and experts to weigh in on the birdbath, including: How long will it take?
Is there a quarantine in place?
What’s the best way to avoid catching bugs and getting sick?
If you want to see the birdbed, you can find it at a variety of locations around the city.
What is the risk to people?
How would you like to know more about the birdbaths?
What are the chances that you’ll be bitten?
And is there a cost for getting in?
Read more about New York birdbases.