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Ernest Charles Sparrow Colony Nest
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  • 100% of our customers liked this product (3 reviews)
    Birds already interested.
    Possibly roof needs to be a little stronger at edges.
    Bird feeder, and the birds love it
    The 2 Sparrow colony nest boxes I ordered were perfect for what I wanted. Strong and well made.

Ernest Charles Sparrow Colony Nest

Product code: 00465902

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Product Information

Available from Notcutts comes the Ernest Charles Sparrow Colony Nest. With its slated roof for colony nesting birds (including house sparrows). Each nest box compartment has a separately removable floor for easy cleaning.

Key Features

  • FSC certified wood
  • Easy to clean
  • Good for colony nesting birds
  • Colours 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