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Practical Conservation Equipment  Bird Boxes  Bird Boxes by Species  Kestrel

Timber Kestrel Nest Box

Manufacturer: Peak Boxes
  • Attractive and robust
  • Easy to mount
  • Provided an ideal nesting cavity
Timber Kestrel Nest Box
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About this product

The kestrel is one of our most charismatic birds of prey, and a familiar sight across much of the UK. Sadly, like many of our native birds, it has seen significant declines over much of it's range since the late 20th Century and is now 'Amber-listed' as a conservation priority in the UK. One probably reason for this decline, along side habitat loss, prey declines, and agricultarl chemical use, is a reduced range of natural and man-made cavities that they would naturally nest in. It is therefore important to provide nesting sites wherever possible. 

This timber box is rugged and built to last, with an easy-to-use mounting plate and a perch included. The large internal cavity and open front is perfect for kestrels, providing them with ample room to raise a clutch of chicks. It should ideally be sited in a tree, or on a post, at least five metres above the ground with a good viewpoint.


  • Height: 33cm
  • Width: 31cm (excluding perch)
  • Depth: 63cm (including canopy)
  • Material: Duraply Plywood

Customer Reviews

Manufacturer: Peak Boxes
  • Attractive and robust
  • Easy to mount
  • Provided an ideal nesting cavity
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