House Martin Nest Bowl

House Martin Nest Bowl
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£13.95

Product Information
Specification

House Martins are the birds with white rumps that build mud nests on the eaves of buildings often in colonies averaging five nests. They will readily use artificial nests and this may encourage other birds to nest nearby.

These nests should be sited underneath the eaves of your house or outbuildings. You can choose to have a box with either a left or right facing entrance hole.Use the drop down box to select.Please note we may not always keep these in stock but can get them within a few days.

House Martin Nest (Left or Right facing)

Width20cm
Height16cm
Depth11cm
MaterialConcrete and wood fibre mix (nest) and Plywood back

 

Product CodeHOUCNFL975
ManufacturerCJ WILDBIRD FOODS
ConditionNew
Weight1kg


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Updated 05/04/2019