This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.
This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.   This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May.

Bird Box Simon King Wreath Nester

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This Simon King Wreath Nester Bird Box is a uniquely decorative way to welcome birds to your garden.
 
This wreath nester bird box is perfect for nesting birds in springtime. The size and shape is suitable for small nesting species such as Robins and Blue Tits. Nesting is mostly during April/May. In the event of chicks hatching there will be frenetic feeding activity by the parent birds. Take care not to disturb during this time as any intervention may result in the eggs or young being abandoned by the parent birds.
 
Many small wild birds prefer an open nesting environment with easy access. This can cause an issue as small birds need to be protected from predators. This wreath nester has been designed with this in mind. With an open entrance with the nesting space tucked behind the side wall, and protected by the roof.
 
This hand-woven wreath is made from natural fibres and can be decorated using foliage. The gaps in the weave make for a perfect surface to attach twigs, sprigs, leaves and berries. Forming not only decoration but camouflage helping to blend into its surroundings. Decorating the wreath can be a very enjoyable activity.
 
This wreath nester bird box can be hung from trees, shrubs, fences or any other sheltered location birds would naturally seek outIdeally in a place where it cannot be accessed by cats and predators. Birds aren't fussy, they just want the warmest location they can find. The perfect addition to any garden
 
This Wreath Nester Bird box has been created in partnership with Simon King, British naturalist, author, conservationist, television presenter and cameraman, specialising in nature documentaries.
 
Why We Love This:
 
  • Made from natural fibres
  • Encourages small birds into your garden
  • Provides a safe warm space for roosting and nesting birds
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