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Ernest Charles Slate Multi Apex Nest

Product code: 00465900

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Product Information

Available from Notcutts comes the Ernest Charles Slate Multi Apex Nest. With its slated roof and interchangeable fronts, this is the perfect nest box for attracting the widest variety of bird. Fitted with a nest box plate around the entrance hole to protect inhabitants from predators.The floor removes for quick, easy and mess free cleaning.

Key Features

  • FSC certified wood
  • Easy to clean
  • Good for robins
  • Colour may vary. The item may have a dark brown finish

Guide to positioning your nest box
Deciding where to place your nest box depends on which birds visit you most, the RSPB advises these positions per species:
  • Sparrows, tits or starlings: 2-4m up a tree or a wall or high up under the eaves, away from house martins
  • Robins and wrens: Under 2m, low down and well hidden in vegetation.
  • Spotted flycatcher: 2-4m high, sheltered by vegetation but with a clear outlook.
  • Woodpecker: 3-5m high on a tree trunk with a clear flight path and away from disturbance