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Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler Bird Nest Box
    Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
    Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
    Schwegler Bird Nest Box
Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler Bird Nest Box
Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler Bird Nest Box
    Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
    Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
    Schwegler Bird Nest Box
Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler 1B Hole Nestbox Brown
Schwegler Bird Nest Box

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This general purpose bird nest box 1B attracts birds to your garden, orchard or woodlands.

The internal diameter of this nest box is 12 cm. It is usually attached to a tree using the SCHWEGLER Aluminum Nail (supplied). It can also be hung from a branch.

The front panels are interchangeable between model 1B, 2M and 2F, and can easily be removed from the nest box for inspection, ringing and cleaning.

Made from Woodcrete a unique mix of sawdust, concrete and clay making it maintenance free and rot proof for up to 25 years.

It comes in two size for different birds. 26mm entrance for Blue Tits 32mm entrance for Great, Blue, Marsh and Coal Tits.

Specifications

Siting & positioning:
On trees or buildings

Cleaning and inspection:
Easy Cleaning and inspection due to removable front panel

Entrance hole & occupants:
26 mm - Blue, Marsh, Coal and Crested Tit, possibly Wren
32mm - Great, Blue, Marsh, Coal and Crested Tit, Redstart, Nuthatch, Collared and Pied Flycatcher, Wryneck, Tree and House Sparrows, bats.

All other species are prevented from using the nest box due to this smaller entrance hole.

Material:
Air-permeable and longlasting SCHWEGLER wood-concrete

Delivery includes:
• Nestbox with removable front panel
• Galvanized steel hanger - forestry approved
• Aluminium Nail - forestry approved

External Dimensions:
Height 260mm
Width 170mm
Depth 180mm

Internal Diameter 120mm

Weight: 3.6kg

Delivery

Standard* FREE Next Working Day Delivery when you spend £30.00 & above to most of the UK. Some outlying areas including Highlands & Islands may incur a surcharge and delivery can take up to 3 days. 

Live Food orders placed by 1pm are despatched by FREE Royal Mail 1st Class Post direct from supplier and are not counted in your £30 basket total. Allow up to 3 days for 1st Class Post delivery.

Drop Ship Ark Environmental orders (Schwegler and Vivara Pro) are despatched direct from the UK distributors via 3 to 5 Day Delivery. Next day delivery can be arranged and is charged at cost, please ring free phone 0800 085 4865 if required.

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  • Supportive: Encourages birds to nest in your garden
  • Durable: Made from long-lasting woodcrete. Rot-proof for up to 25 years
  • Easy Maintenance: Removeable front panel for cleaning and inspection

Schwegler 1B 26mm Hole Nestbox Brown

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£42.99
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  • Supportive: Encourages birds to nest in your garden
  • Durable: Made from long-lasting woodcrete. Rot-proof for up to 25 years
  • Easy Maintenance: Removeable front panel for cleaning and inspection
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Q: My blue tits don't seem able to fit in through the 26mm hole is this right?

A: The blue tits will be able to fit in through the opening and indeed will nest in the smallest hole they can find. They do this as security for the nest. If you see the birds landing and appearing to try and enter, they will generally be looking for grubs and insects rather than nesting.