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Bird Houses & Nest Boxes

Bird Houses & Nest Boxes 

With natural nesting sites on the decline, now is the perfect time to provide your feathered friends with a bird house or nest box to settle into. Bird houses provide birds with a safe comfortable place to rest and raise their young, and are vital to their survival. We sell a variety of decorative bird houses that will add a touch of colour and to your garden. Or if you want to go traditional, we also offer plain wooden nest boxes. You'll be sure to find a bird house to fit your garden with Primrose.

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  1. Robin Ceramic Teapot Nester
    Robin Ceramic Teapot Nester
    Special Price £19.99 Original £24.99 You save 20%
  2. Robin Nest Box by Gardman
    Robin Nest Box by Gardman
    Special Price £6.99 Original £8.99 You save 22%
  3. Wild Bird Nesting Wool (approx 40-50g)
    Wild Bird Nesting Wool (approx 40-50g)
    Special Price £2.99 Original £3.69 You save 19%
  4. New England Nest Box - Green
    New England Nest Box - Green
    Special Price £22.99 Original £25.99 You save 12%
  5. Giant Roost Pocket Small Bird Nester
    Giant Roost Pocket Small Bird Nester
    Special Price £9.99 Original £11.99 You save 17%
  6. Brushwood Tree Bird Nest Pouch
    Brushwood Tree Bird Nest Pouch
    Special Price £7.99 Original £9.99 You save 20%
  7. Natural Log Tit Nesting Box
    Natural Log Tit Nesting Box
    Special Price £22.99 Original £30.99 You save 26%
  8. Wooden Robin Nest Box
    Wooden Robin Nest Box
    Special Price £22.99 Original £36.99 You save 38%
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    Curve Cavity Bird Nest Box
    Special Price £24.99 Original £27.99 You save 11%
  10. Ceramic House Martin Nest Bowl
    Ceramic House Martin Nest Bowl
    Special Price £18.99 Original £21.99 You save 14%
  11. Oval Roosting Nest Pocket
    Oval Roosting Nest Pocket
    Special Price £2.99 Original £4.99 You save 40%
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  • How do I attract birds to my bird house?

    To attract birds to your bird house, start by placing bird feeders filled with good quality bird food in your garden. This will encourage birds to explore around your garden. You must also make sure your bird house is placed at a suitable height, and is suited to birds that visit your garden - different birds like different bird houses! Also make sure to clean out your bird houses between seasons so it is fresh and ready for a new set of birds to nest in. Finally, ensure your bird house is out of reach of predators such as cats and and squirrels as birds will not use a bird house if they think they will be vulnerable to predators.
  • Where do I hang a bird house?

    The best place to hang aq bird house is 1-3m off the ground on a tree trunk. If there a no trees in your garden, you may place your bird house on the side of a shed or on a wall. Ensure your bird house is not too close to another bird house or any of your bird feeders.
  • How to clean a bird house

    Start by removing any old nesting wool and material from your bird house. This nesting material can be composted. Next, scrub your bird house with a weak solution of bleach and water. Rinse your bird house thoroughly with water to remove all traces of bleach and allow it to dry completely in direct sunlight. Ensure all screws are secure and there are no prominent splinter before placing your bird house back in your garden.
  • What is the difference between a bird house and a nest box?

    Bird houses and nest boxes are the same thing - the phrases are interchangeable.