Wildlife World Brushwood Robin Nester
- The Brushwood Robin Nester has previously won the Best New Product design at GLEE in the Pet and Wildlife category.
- Developed in conjunction with TV's naturalist and wildlife cameraman Simon King, using his many years of knowledge watching and photographing wildlife.
- The nester is lightweight and is wired into a hedge or ivy or attached to a wall using the supplied spare loop of fixing wire.
- The base of the brushwood nester has a rattan landing platform with a low dividing wall separating the nesting or roosting space.
- The nester is also suitable for other bird species such as Wagtails and Spotted Flycatchers which prefer the same style of an open fronted nester.
LOCATION: The ideal aspect for the 'Brushwood Robin Nester' is facing East, North, North East and South East are also fine. As a result, sheltering the Teapot Nester from rain and strong sunlight. Site the nest on a tree, wall, fence or building at least 1.5m - 2.5m above the ground. Situated away from easy access by cats and predators. The box should be left empty as wild birds will bring their own nest material into the box.
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