This box is only available in pine. This box measures about 400mm at the back and 200mm deep. Some smaller birds may choose to nest in a larger box. The only drawback for a small bird is the amount of nest material needed to build a nest.
Below is the list of birds that you can expect to be attracted to each particular box design
Small Hole Entrance Box Blue Tit Coal Tit Crested Tit Great Tit Marsh Tit Willow Tit Grey Wagtail House Sparrow Tree Sparrow Nuthatch Pied Flycatcher Redstart
Medium Hole Entrance Box Great Spotted Woodpecker Green Woodpecker Hoopoe Lesser Spotted Woodpecker Starling Wryneck
Large Hole Entrance Box Barn Owl Feral Pigeon Goldeneye Goosander Jackdaw Little Owl Mallard Mandarin Ring-Necked Parakeet Stock Dove Tawny Owl Wood Duck
Small Open Front Box Black Redstart Dipper Pied Wagtail Robin Spotted Flycatcher Wren
Medium Open Front Box Blackbird Song Thrush
Large Open Front Box Kestrel
All other birds will nest in either tunnels or in open nests in trees, on cliffs and buildings, or on wetland islands and rafts. This list only covers the most populous birds and is not comprehensive.
The Starling Box
This box has a 45mm entrance hole. Starlings were once one of our most populous birds. But like many species has declined much over recent decades.
All of our bird boxes can be easily converted to accommodate a camera. The design gives sufficient height to allow for the installation of the camera without getting in the way of the nest or entrance hole.
How to add your Camera Option
Choose which standard Bird Box you want and add it to the Shopping Cart. Then choose your camera option: Wired or unwired, standard or premium. We will convert the box to a camera format, purchase and install the equipment, so all you need to do is hang and connect.