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Schwegler Droppings Board for House Martin & Swallow Nests

Manufacturer: Schwegler
Schwegler Droppings Board for House Martin & Swallow Nests
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The Schwegler Droppings Board prevents the nuisance caused by droppings accumulating around windows and doors. The board can be quickly and easily installed using screws. The Droppings Board can be used with any of the House Martin and Swallow nest boxes.

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Material: Wood; formaldehyde-free chipboard, galvanised steel hangers
Dimensions: height 17 cm, length 46 cm, depth 26 cm
Weight: ca. 2.9 kg

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Manufacturer: Schwegler
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