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  • Bat House


    All bat houses should be mounted at least 10 feet above ground, and 12 to 20 feet is better. Choose a sunny location on the East or South facing side of your house. Bat houses work best with at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight (if only partial day sun is available- morning sun is…

  • Blue Tit Nest Boxes


    Blue Tit nest boxes are best placed within suitable woodland habitat or a garden setting with a suitable tree or other structure onto which the box may be fixed. Avoid obvious sun traps, such as south-facing walls, and ideally place the box so that the entrance hole is facing north-east. The box does not need…

  • Bug Hotel

  • Custom Animal or Bird Box

    If you would like us to make you a custom one-off piece please get in touch, we will be happy to help.

  • Dog House


    Dog house can be made to order, bespoke design and materials. This one pictured is a dog-log-cabin. Price will vary according to design. Example is £100

  • Exterior Barn Owl Boxes


    Exterior barn owl nestboxes can be fixed to trees or to the outside of buildings. Where possible, they should face onto grassland and be reasonably conspicuous with an open flight path to them. They should not face into the prevailing wind. Although barn owl nests are usually well spaced out, placing boxes in pairs, from…

  • Hedgehog Box / House


    For a hedgehog house in your garden, choose natural nesting materials like leaves, hay or straw. If you are looking for bedding for an indoor hedgehog care box, hay and straw are still fine, but you could also use other small animal bedding, like wood shaving bedding of fleece.

  • Open Fronted Boxes


    Open-fronted boxes for robins and wrens need to be low down, below 2m, well hidden in vegetation. How big does the hole need to be? The entrance hole size depends on the species you hope to attract: 25mm for Blue, Coal and Marsh tits. 28mm for Great tits, Tree sparrows and Pied flycatchers 32mm for…