Double nesting box and feeder. 


Shropshire Double Nesting Box and Feeder
 
Shropshire Double Nesting Box and Feeder
 
 

Shropshire Double Nesting Box & Feeder


   These double nesting boxes and feeders will be a lovely addition to any garden and you will love to see your bird family return year after year.
You can attract many different birds to your garden by putting out food for them.
  You can also attract the birds you would like to live in your garden by the type of nesting box you install. When you buy your nesting box you should be aware of what species you would like to attract.
  
 
 
 
  Dimensions: 18x18x56cm(h)
 
Shropshire Double Nesting Box and Feeder
 
 
 
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Shropshire Double Nesting Box & Feeder


   The best, thing to do is to try to recreate the home that your desired bird family would like to live in and choose a nesting box to match. Bird houses ensure that you see birds all the time - and a comfortable shelter helps them stay safe and healthy.
  • A 25mm diameter hole, for blue tits, coal tits and marsh tits, comes as standard.
 
If you would like a different hole size for other birds, let us know when you order.
 
  • 28mm hole for tree sparrows and great tits.
  • 32mm hole for tree sparrows, house sparrows, great tits, nuthatch & pied flycatchers.
 
Product Name
Timber
Finish
Price
Quantity & Finish
(Select in Basket)
Shropshire Nesting Box & Feeder (supplied with screw and raw plug for wall, fence or post fitting)
18x18x56cm (High) (SHR.DNB)
 
Scandinavian Red Pine
 
Mid Green on pale Green
  
£40,50
 
 
 
 
Shropshire nesting box pole
4x4x150cm (High)(SHR.NP)
 
Scandinavian Red Pine
 
Mid Green, pale green, clear finish or golden brown
 
£14,00
 
 
 
 
Delivery approximately 30 days Postage and Packaging is included for the Uk Mainland.
We also offer a bespoke service, so if you would like this or any of our own wooden products made to your own preferred measurements please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
If you live in the Channel Islands, Highlands and Islands or Ireland please ring 01952 541170 or email sales@thelichfieldplantercompany.co.uk for a quote for delivery.
 
 
 

The House  Sparrow


House Sparrows are very well known birds which are very closely entwined with people's lives. Their population has diminished dramatically in Britain throughout the last few of years. These wonderful little birds were one time  taken for granted, but due to their recent decline in numbers, ought now be taken care of. They are regular visitors to bird tables and bird feeders, where they will feed on nearly all types of birdseed, particularly millet, corn, and sunflower seeds.
The male House Sparrow has a chestnut brown back along with dark-coloured streaks, whilst the under body, rump and crown tend to be grey. Additionally, it has a chestnut brownish nape together with white cheeks as well as a black eye stripe and bib, which  together with  the  light wing
 
 
 
 
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The House  Sparrow


bar and pale brownish legs help to make, what  on the surface is a very dull coloured bird, into what is an extremely pretty little bird. The beak of the House Sparrow is coloured
 
 
House Sparrows
 
 

The House  Sparrow


yellow to brown  in the winter months and changes to black in the summertime.
The female  house sparrow is paler in colour, when compared to the male and does not possess the black bib, white cheeks or chestnut brown nape. In place  of the males black eye stripe the female has a straw coloured eye stripe, and the young house sparrows appearance is very similar to the females. 
If  you are fortunate enough to have house sparrows visit  you, you will discover that they have a very diverse diet. They will feed on just about anything. Also, they are probably the most sedentary of British birds, even the young ones will nest in the near vicinity of their parents, and they will readily nest in any nesting box that has been provided. 
 
 
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