Which Box

Which birds will nest in which boxes and make a home there ?.

box1Box 1.

Box 1 is used primarily by The Wren,




box2BOX 2 (robin)

Box 2 open fronted is used primarily by  The Robin and the Spotted Flycatcher

box3Box 2.

Box 2 25 mm entrance hole is used primarily by The Blue TitThe Coal TitThe Marsh Tit,


Box 3.

Box 3 is used primarily by The Tree Sparrow, and Great Tit, with a 28mm entrance hole and the Pied Flycatcher and Nuthatch with the 32mm entrance hole.


Box 4. 

Box 4 is used primarily by The House Sparrow with a 32mm entrance hole and the Redstart with a 40mm entrance hole.

Nesting Box 5tnBOX 5.

Box 5 is used primarily by The Redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus) with 40mm diameter entrance hole.

Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) No 5 nest box with 45mm diameter entrance hole.

Great Spotted Woodpecker (Dendrocopos major) No 5 nest box with 50mm hole.

Nesting box 6BOX 6.

Box 6 is used primarily by The Dove ( Columba oenas) Nestbox No. 6 open fronted.

The Little Owl (Athene noctua) No. 6 nestbox with 70mm diameter entrance hole,


BOX 7.

Tawny Owl (Strix aluco) Nest box No. 7 with open front for fixing to trees.

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) Nestbox No. 7 with open front for fixing to trees or
to the interior of buildings, barns or outbuildings on farmland.


BOX 8.

Ducks;- Goldeneye; Mandarin; European Pochard; Wood duck and Mallarduse No 8 nestbox with a 4 &1/2" by 3 & 1/2" entrance hole and a landing perch underneath.


Colony Box. £160 + p&p

The colony box is fantastic for "social birds" like, The House Sarrow


Pavilion Bird Feeders.