Quality range of Softwood Bird and Animal Boxes designed for Nature reserves and ornithological organizations but also available to homeowners.
WREN NEST BOX.
From our SMALL BOX Range.
May also be used by BLUETIT, COALTIT, TREE SPARROW, ROBIN.
See our other listings for other sizes of birds and animal boxes.
These boxes have been carefully designed following advice of leading specialists. But can be made to order to suit individual preferences or regional variations.
Thick 18mm (3/4 inch) Construction provides insulation and warmth.
Quality softwood plywood will not split or warp.
Rust resistant fastenings used throughout.
Internal sizes base 10cm (4") square x 16cm (6 1/4") high.
Natural untreated timber this will allow the box to weather quickly and not discourage the bird with unpleasant smells.
25mm Entrance hole restricts entry to Smaller Birds.
Use boxes with larger hole sizes to encourage other birds to nest.
No perch is fitted as this will deter predators.
Maximum floor area to encourage larger clutches.
Drainage slots in floor.
Secure waterproof roof held on with Stainless Steel screws allows for easily removal for cleaning in the autumn for years to come.
Stainless steel screws included to fix the box allows easy removal for the whole life of the box. If the box is fixed to a tree the screws should never be left in when the box is removed.
Box should be positioned so the opening is out of the rain and wind and facing somewhere between north & south-east. The birds should have a clear flight to the nest box opening and away from feeding containers and tables as this causes conflict between nesting and feeding birds. Old nesting material should be removed in October or November and the box scalded with boiling water to kill parasites, do not use any treatments powders or preservatives.
Timber is a natural product & when exposed to nature may shrink, swell, split & distort. This is a natural process and will not affect its structural properties. We cannot accept any claims for returns in regard to these natural processes.