Starling Nest Box
Starling Nest Box
Starling Nest Box
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Starling Nest Box

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£49.95
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£49.95
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Overview

Starling Nest Box - Camera Ready

This starling nest box has been hand made using high grade Western Red Cedar.

The starling nestbox is camera ready, it includes a Gardenature quick release camera bracket so you can easily slot one of our nestbox camera kits into position should you wish to at a later date. There is a cable tray to keep the connections safely away from the nesting chamber and a window in the roof to allow enough daylight to support a colour image from a camera (camera not included). 

We also offer these starling boxes with a camera already installed, wired and wireless versions are available.

Starling nesting box features:

 

  • The Starling box entrance hole is 45 mm
  •  4 drain holes in the bird box floor 
  • The front and top panels are screwed into position for ease of removal 
  • Camera bracket and cable tray already installed (Camera Ready)

Starling Box Dimensions:

 H 490 x W 170 x D 187 mm

Cleaning out the Starling box is recommended to be in the months of September and October.

Starling Facts

Smaller than blackbirds, with a short tail, pointed head, triangular wings, starlings look black at a distance but when seen closer they are very glossy with a sheen of purples and greens. Their flight is fast and direct and they walk and run confidently on the ground. Noisy and gregarious, starlings spend a lot of the year in flocks. Still one of the commonest of garden birds.

Conspicuous and widespread in the UK, they are seen everywhere except for the highest parts of the Scottish Highlands. They are most abundant in southern England and are more thinly distributed in upland areas with moorland. Still one of the UK's commonest garden birds. Huge roosts are found in plantations, reed beds and city centres.

Starlings can be seen all year round. Large numbers arrive in the autumn to spend the winter here. Their diet is mainly Insects and fruit.

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