Robins, wagtails and pied flycatchers all favour an open-fronted nesting spot. Designed by TV wildlife presenter Simon King, this naturally styled brushwood nester can be snugly sited within foliage like a hedge or ivy. Birds enjoy easy access through the open entrance. A low dividing wall separates the generous roosting space from a more secure concealed nesting cavity to the side.
This year-round home for hedgehogs features a sturdy steel frame that’s protected with a water repellent membrane and natural brushwood outer. The short outer tunnel provides extra defence against larger predators. Site the house in a quiet, sheltered area. And if you wish, cover up with garden materials like twigs and leaves to provide extra winter insulation.
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