Nesting ball wren
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The wren (and also the blue tit) prefers round, closed nesting boxes. It uses them to raise young and also as roosting sites in winter. Due to the breeding biology of the bird (the male builds several nests, the female decides which one suits him best) it is advisable to hang several balls. The wren breeds half-high, so the balls should not be hung in trees, but should find a place in hedges or shrubs.
New Homes. Nesting Aids and Feeders for Your Garden.
Some of the natural clutter that one should expect all the way around in the countryside is missing almost everywhere in our tidy landscapes. Large agricultural areas are hardly fringed by bushes and hedges anymore; plus, we immediately cut back faded flowers and remove prunings and leaves in our gardens. As a result, there are fewer natural habitats for beneficial insects and, incidentally, our native songbirds. Nesting aids and feeders are the means of choice both to revitalise the garden and positively impact the local ecosystem. By allowing beneficial insects to settle in the garden, you find pesticides are no longer necessary and get the opportunity for enlightening observations. They will turn your garden into a place of species conservation and nature discovery. Since each animal prefers a typical format, you can address certain species in a relatively targeted way just by choosing the respective nesting aid. We have chosen environmentally friendly, durable and attractive materials for our nesting aids and feeders.
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