07902 223 620 | Stockton-on-Tees
We're skilled at the placement of nest boxes and bat boxes, and we understand how to best attract the creatures to your wildlife-orientated garden.
Wildlife Gardening Services can provide and install the following types of nestbox:
Large boxes for barn owls and kestrels to be sited on/in buildings or on poles
Tree-mountable tawny owl boxes
Small-hole (25mm & 30mm) fronted boxes for blue tits, great tits, coal tits, tree sparrows and house sparrows, pied flycatchers, nuthatches and redstarts
Medium-hole fronted boxes for starlings, great spotted woodpeckers
Open-fronted boxes for robins, wrens, pied wagtails, spotted flycatcher
Wildlife Gardening Services also provides and installs wooden bat boxes, to be used as roosting and hibernating areas. These are primarily for sitting on trees but can also be placed on buildings. However, please take into account that it is illegal to disturb a bat roost without the proper authority.
It's one thing having an assortment of badgers, hedgehogs and insects in your garden, but it's something else entirely having families of birds and bats!
If you have any questions, just drop us a line on the following number: