Novelty Red Letter Post Box Bird House Hatching & Nesting for Small Garden Birds
Novelty Red Letter Post Box Bird House Hatching & Nesting for Small Garden Birds

Novelty Red Letter Post Box Bird House Hatching & Nesting for Small Garden Birds

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Novelty Polyresin Postbox Design Nesting Box For Small Birds

 

This attractive nesting box not only makes a great home for small birds such as robins, sparrows, tits and finches but it is also a lovely garden ornament. This bird box is made from polyresin which makes it hard-wearing and durable, keeping your avian residents safe and snug. There is a removeable plug to enable easy cleaning and a jute rope for easy hanging. Approximate dimensions are W-20cm x H27cm x D8cm

 

Positioning your bird box

We recommend that you position your nesting box ideally in a slightly shaded location where the birds have a clear flight path to the nest without any obstruction in front of the entrance. For cleaning purposes the RSPB recommend that boiling water is used rather than insecticides or flea powder. Cleaning should be performed in the autumn once the birds have stopped using the nest. If there are any unhatched eggs in the nest these can only be removed between the months of August and January as long as the nest is no longer inhabited.

Feeding Wild Birds

To encourage wild birds to make your garden their home it is best to provide food for them all year round. The spring is breeding season and parenting birds appreciate an easily accessible and reliable food source to provide for their young chicks. In the summer there is an abundance of natural food but it can be dificult for birds to find a source of high energy fat treats (such as mealworms) that they need. In late summer birds start shedding their feathers and growing new ones, again this requires that they have access to fat rich foods to ensure they can keep warm during the moulting process. During the winter food is scarce, this is the season where garden feeding is most needed for wild garden birds.

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