Reminiscent of New England beach huts, each house features real shingle roofs and lapboard sides and a silvered hole protector. The nest boxes are made from slow-seasoned FSC timber for longevity and durability.
Perfect for small bird species such as blue tits, coal tits, marsh tits etc. Site the nestbox on a tree, wall or garden fitting at least 1.5m – 2.5m above the ground facing east if possible.
The box should be left empty as wild birds will bring their nest material into the box. Nesting is most likely during April and May and in the event of chicks hatching there will be frenetic feeding activity by the parent birds. Take care not to disturb during this time as any intervention may result in the eggs or young being abandoned by the parent birds.
Landlife Wildflowers grow and supply high-quality, native wildflower products, restoring wildflowers right across the UK. Working in conjunction with wildlife charity, Buglife, we’re bringing back Britain’s treasured wildflowers! Find out more about why we’ve been trusted by the general public, Natural England and The Wildlife Trusts for over twenty years.
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