jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM
Mon Jun 23 13:23:17 UTC 2003
In at least parts of the West, "bubbler" is the name
for covered or semi-covered structures built into the
ground to trap and hold rainfall and runoff, so as to
provide water for wildlife - "drinking fountains" for
wildlife. These bubblers certainly don't bubble (nor
are they fountains), they are totally passive, and I
have wondered about the name. I surmise the name for
the animal version originated with someone who used
"bubbler" for "drinking fountain".
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