Bird Nesting box Boxes are beautifully handcrafted by Shane Pedlow and Slate in colour.
Image of the blue tit bird sitting on a branch of a tree
front view of bird nesting box
Bird Nesting box Boxes are beautifully hand madeby Shane Pedlow and Ivy in colour.
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Tit Bird Nest Box

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The Tits Birds are Ireland’s smallest and most attractive birds. The Blue Tit has a unique combination of colors, blue crown, blue and yellow plumage, white cheek patches, and black eye-stripe.  Hanging the Tit nesting box in your garden can provide an essential nesting area and a place to raise young birds.  

These Bird Boxes are beautifully handcrafted by Shane Pedlow.  Shane is a TY student, based in Dublin.  Shane received a Business Enterprise in 2019 for his handmade nest boxes. The Nest Boxes have been built to the approved design and finished with environmentally friendly paint as recommended by the RSPB.

Springtime nesting putting the Nest Box in your garden early spring gives the birds time to become familiar with the Bird Box before they nest.  Nest boxes also provide safety and warmth in the wintertime as small birds like to huddle together when temperatures drop.

The perfect gift for those who love working in the garden and enjoy the presence of wildlife. 

  • Traditional Wooden Garden Bird Nesting Box
  • Suitable for Small Garden Birds
  • Stainless-steel screw for easy Cleaning
  • Can Be Mounted on Trees, walls, or posts

Details

Dimensions: 26cm heigh, 14cm wide and 15cm deep

Available in 2 Colours: Ivy and Slate

The Tit nest box can be cleaned out after use by removing the lid.  The stainless-steel screw which will not rust is easily removed.

​The recommended height for Nest boxes should be hung 2-4 meters on a tree or wall. Unless there is overhanging foliage to shade the box. 

It should face north or east to avoid strong sunlight and the wettest winds. 

Boxes can be placed outdoors at any time of the year, but it is good to allow time for the birds to become accustomed before the nesting season in Spring.