Grey wagtails (Motacilla cinerea) are found over most of the UK. They like fast flowing water and will usually breed near to upland rivers and streams, moving to more lowland and urban areas in the colder months. They are particularly affected by harsh winters and, due to a moderate decline in recent years, are now an Amber List species. Dippers (Cinclus cinclus) are curently not listed as threatened. However, they will still benefit from the provision of a nesting habitat near a fast-flowing river. Mostly found in upland areas they are also present in lowland southwest England.
This nest box is made from WoodStone, a robust material comprising concrete and wood fibres. The box should be situated on a wall, preferably close to fast flowing water, such as on the underside of a bridge.
* Weight: 6kg
* Size: 17 x 20 x 31cm