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Robin Box

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Robin Box

Product Description

Made from durable FSC certified timber, the nest box requires no maintenance, but if you want to preserve the natural colour of the nesting box you can always coat the exterior of the box with a water based stain or varnish without causing any health problems for wild birds that visit your garden.

The Silver Birch Robin Nest Box is also suitable for Pied Wagtails and Spotted Flycatchers, it's very attractive and natural, made from a silver birch log that has been specially rebuilt to prevent splitting. The thick sides of the nesting box provide excellent insulation for wild birds and the natural appearance allows the nest box to blend in with ornamental or woodland gardens.

To clean or inspect the nesting box, remove one screw and swivel the lid to one side. The nesting box should be positioned 1.5 - 2m off the ground on a tree, wall or fence secure from predators and positioned ideally facing between north and south east, away from feeding areas and is is approximately 22 cm high x 20 cm wide x 21 cm depth.

To attract Robins and Wrens position the nest box within site of shrubs and plant cover for best results.

Unique Design

Certified FSC Timber

Rebuilt to Prevent Splitting

Solid Brass Hinged Roof

Solid Durable Construction

Suitable for Robins, Pied Wagtails & Spotted Flycatchers

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Ethical credentials FSC Accredited Product, Sustainably Sourced

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