Wildlife World NEST BOX
This quality FSC timber bird house. It has a fold down hinged front panel for easy access. It will provide nesting options for many species including Blue Tits, Marsh Tits and Wrens. Copper hole protector. No special maintenance is required. Non toxic finishes are used
Height: 290 mm
Width: 340 mm
Depth: 170 mm
Weight: 1.70 kg
Ceramic House Martin Bowl
Ceramic Swallow Bowl
Swift Nesting Box
Swift numbers in the UK have declined. Providing habitat can be valuable in their survival. The swift nestbox is made from naturally durable FSC sourced timber and may be built into a wall or fixed hight on a wall or under house eaves.
Ideally the nestbox should be located facing between North and Southeast.
British Wool Ball
Using the best of British Wool to provide the most natural nesting materials for wild birds from January to July. Makes a warm and cosy nest lining. Refills are available when the wool is used up or the spiral can also be filled with dog hair from grooming.
Wildlife World Sparrow communal nester
Attractive, triple-chambered sparrow/communal nestbox with copper hole protectors. Constructed from FSC timber, it is finished in a pale green colour wash. With its unique triangular shape and size, the nestbox forms an interesting and fascinating feature for the garden/house wall.
(H. 210mm W. 510mm D. 200mm - Approx Weight 6kg)
Wildlife World Sparrow / Starling communal nester
Attractive, triple-chambered sparrow/communal nestbox with copper hole protectors. Constructed from FSC timber.
The friendly robin is the gardener's companion. They will flit around the garden collecting insects, seeds and worms and can often become so tame they will feed from your hand. They prefer open nesting sites and often utilise man made objects like open boxes, kettles and traditional teapots.
Robins will sing almost all year round and will often defend their territory. Young robins will only accquire their bright red breast feathers after 2-3 months.
Site the Teapot Nester within some greenery or vegetation cover facing the teapot between north and southeast and between 1-2 metres high.
Fix the teapot using either malleable garden wire, passing it through the specially designed fixing holes and around the base of the handle, then twisting around a convienient branch/support, or alternatively screw to a support through the hole in the base , taking care to only gently tighten against the included rubber washer. In use the nester will be lined with grass, moss and leaves. Clean annually in late summer.
Barn Owl Box
Little Owl Box
Tree Creeper Box