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Vivara Pro WoodStone 32mm Oval Nest Box

Manufacturer: CJ Wildlife
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About this product

The Vivara Pro WoodStone® range of nest boxes have been designed and developed as part of the professional Vivara Pro range. Unlike a traditional wooden nest box, these boxes will not rot away or deteriorate. Every WoodStone® nest box is guaranteed for 10 years and is constructed from a mix of concrete and wood fibres, WoodStone® nest boxes safeguard against attacks from predators including woodpeckers, cats and squirrels. The material insulates the nest which creates a more consistent internal temperature than an ordinary wooden box. This is especially important during the breeding season and ensures that young birds have a greater chance of survival. Nesting sites have become rare for cavity nesting birds due to changes in woodland management practices, so you can provide much-needed space for rearing chicks and birds that are roosting overwinter with these durable, long-lasting nest boxes.

We recommend using aluminium nails to hang due to the weight of the nest box and to limit any damage caused to trees.

These 32mm hole nest boxes will be used by Blue Tits, Great Tits, Coal Tits, Pied Flycatchers, Nuthatches, Tree Sparrows and House Sparrows and they are available in brown or green in an attractive oval shape to complement both natural woodland and garden settings.

The best height for your nest box is between 1.5 m and 3 m high, and should be sited higher if your area has a particularly high cat population.

The Vivara Pro WoodStone® 32 mm Nest Box has a removable front panel for easy cleaning. Although birds will clean their own nest boxes before each breeding season, cleaning the boxes out at the end of each breeding season may encourage them to be used again in future years, as it reduces parasites.The nesting time of birds varies from species to species so we suggest you wait until October when the last of the birds will have left before cleaning. The nest may come out easily but if there are any deposits scrape them out, minding the dust as you go. We recommend using hot water rather than chemicals to remove any parasites that remain. Take care when opening your nest box as other species such as mice, bats, wasps and bumblebees may have started to use the box.

 

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Specifications

Height: 260 mm

Width: 230 mm

Depth: 140 mm

Weight: 4.2 kg

Entrance hole diameter: 32 mm

Material: WoodStone®

 

Customer Reviews (1)

  • Blue Tit Successes
    By Derek 15 Jan 2018 Written for Green
    This box has now given two years of successful Blue Tits nestings in 2015 & 2017. In 2016 they used the 2GR Schwegler 3 hole Nest Box. Now, Jan 2018, they are back using this one to roost in and I have no doubt another successful nesting year to come. Which box they finally choose this year remains to be seen. Many may be put off by the initial cost of these boxes but they work out much cheaper in the long run and the success rate is worth it. A decorative wooden one given as a present, costing about £13, only lasted one season before the roof tiles fell off and it didn’t even get colonised. These boxes are built to last, requiring no maintenance, other than an annual clean after nesting, I am extremely happy with them and the success rating says it all.
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