This Woodstone Seville Nest Box is ideal for accommodating Great Tit, Blue Tit, Tree Sparrow, Pied Flycatcher, Redstart, and Crested Tit.
The Woodstone construction, of concrete and wood fibres, provides the right conditions that enable the survival of young birds.
Why are nest boxes important?
Natural nest sites are being lost having devastating consequences for bird species. Birds are an essential component of functioning ecosystems and have a direct impact on human populations and millions of other species. It is therefore important to provide our feathered friends with a home.
DIMENSIONS (MM): 210 x 305 x 190
INTERNAL DIMENSIONS (MM): 120 x 240 x 120
ENTRANCE (MM): 32
WEIGHT (KG): 6
SPECIES: Great Tit, Blue Tit, Tree Sparrow, Pied Flycatcher, Redstart, Crested Tit
SITING: Hang the artificial nests for the house martin on the façade of the house or barn, directly under the roof gutter or the overhang. Preferably on the east or northeast side, preferably with several nests together as House Martins are colonial nesters. No nesting material needs to be added. The artificial nests are supplied with mounting material, two plugs and screws.
MAINTENANCE: The house martin nests will need to be cleaned and inspected once a year from October. For cleaning, you can turn the hook on the front of the nest bowl one turn and slide the nest out of the drawer. The suspension will need to be checked, as well as the condition of the entire artificial nest.
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Important Information About Backorders
At Wildcare there are times when items are only available on a backorder basis, either due to high demand or if the item is a special order item. We refer to these as ‘backorder items.
Backorder items are clearly listed on our website as ‘Order To Reserve Stock (Backorder)’. Items that are in stock and ready to be shipped immediately are listed as ‘In Stock’.
When you place an order for a back order item or an order that includes back order items, a member of our team will be in contact within 48 hours of your order to confirm the lead time for delivery. For any queries before then, please call us on: 01451 833 181
We cannot guarantee that a backordered item will come back into stock or be delivered for a specific date, however we will always do our best to keep you informed and updated.
If your back order is urgent or required within a specific time frame we suggest to call us on 01451 833 181 so we can keep your requirements in mind throughout the waiting period.
If you receive damaged items or the wrong goods, please let us know straight away so that we can arrange for them to be returned to us and replaced as quickly as possible.
Please return goods, WITH THE RETURNS NUMBER MARKED ON THE PARCEL to: Wildcare, Eastgate House, Moreton Road, Longborough, GL56 0QJ
We may ask for a photograph any damaged items before we agree to replace them.