British birds are short of nesting holes, and there are plenty of reasons why.
Our gardens, parks, and woodland are neater and tidier than they used to be, depriving birds of natural holes to find a home. And to make matters worse there are fewer handy nooks and crannies in modern buildings. The populations of many bird species are down as a result of this housing shortage. If you think you can provide a safe place we have a great selection of next boxes for your frequent visitors to find a home.
When should I put out a nest box?
Any time of year is fine, but autumn or early winter is best as many species of bird will start looking for a nest site as early as January.
A high-quality, natural nesting bedding for cage and aviary birds, Hatchwells Nesting Material is made with natural fibres, naturally rich in minerals and protein to promote the health and happiness...