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Small Bird Roosting Nester

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  • by Mrs Hazel Morris
    17 November 2017

    Loved this, looks like the blue **** have ma… read more

  • by Trusted Customer
    11 November 2016

    Excellent

Somewhere warm and cosy for small garden birds to snuggle in.

Small Bird Roosting Nester

£8.95

Size (cm): Ø14×21
Ref: TW-9499
Weight: 244g

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Small Bird Roosting Nester

Somewhere warm and cosy for small garden birds to snuggle in.
About

This sturdy tit roosting nest pocket is made from natural fibre over a metal frame.

The roosting pocket provides somewhere warm and cosy for small garden birds to over winter in before the nesting season starts in the spring.

Give protection and shelter to the tit family use this small garden bird pocket, whilst the robin nester pocket can be used for robins, wagtails and wrens.

Site the pockets somewhere sheltered in the garden preferably facing between north and east so the roosting pocket is away from prevailing wet westerly winds and sheltered from the strong sun.

If you wish to provide somewhere for Robins to roost see Robin Roosting Nester.

Delivery Information

Costs

• Standard UK P&P £3.95 (small orders).
• UK Express £6.50
• Range of delivery options available including FREE click and collect.
• See Delivery FAQ's for more information.
• Check the availability date below the item price. This item will normally be despatched from that date, to worldwide destinations, in accordance with your delivery choice.
• Please note the order cut off times for next day and weekend deliveries (generally noon).
If in any doubt please call us on 0345 6052505.

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Customer Reviews
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(2)
  • by Mrs Hazel Morris
    17 November 2017

    Loved this, looks like the blue **** have ma… read more

  • by Trusted Customer
    11 November 2016

    Excellent

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