Blue tit terracotta bird pot

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Buy Blue tit terracotta bird pot: <ul><strong><li>Protects against cold and predators</li><li>Decorative garden feature</li><li>Easy to clean</li></strong></ul><br>These terracotta bird pots make an unusual alternative to wooden bird boxes and will get plenty of use throughout the year.<br><br>With a small entry hole to keep squirrels and other predators at bay, they provide much-needed shelter and security in the colder months and make cosy homes for nesting birds in spring.<br><br>Includes built-in loop for hanging and a sturdy twig for birds to perch on. The open back allows easy cleaning once fledglings have flown the nest.<br><br>Suitable for tits and other small birds.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Ø18cm<br>Ø3.5cm entrance hole

  • Protects against cold and predators
  • Decorative garden feature
  • Easy to clean

These terracotta bird pots make an unusual alternative to wooden bird boxes and will get plenty of use throughout the year.

With a small entry hole to keep squirrels and other predators at bay, they provide much-needed shelter and security in the colder months and make cosy homes for nesting birds in spring.

Includes built-in loop for hanging and a sturdy twig for birds to perch on. The open back allows easy cleaning once fledglings have flown the nest.

Suitable for tits and other small birds.

Measurements:
Ø18cm
Ø3.5cm entrance hole

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This is my first year trying this. It looks nice even if it doesn't attract any birds. The only thing I would suggest is to glue the perch in place as it's easily displaced by wind or birds landing

Pete53

Rushden, Northamptonshire

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Feed the birds but not the squirrels! For many years my husband and I have had great pleasure from all the birds we in the garden. It was great when we spotted a new species - out the book would come to identify what it was. But then the squirrels moved in so we stopped feeding the birds and needless to say I don't get them in the garden anymore. If you have any suggestions of getting the birds back whilst keeping the squirrels at bay I would be delighted to hear. Regards Margaret

Margaret Lewis

Hello there, I think it would be lovely to encourage the birds back, but can understand your reluctance to have the squirrels. Therefore perhaps your best option would be a feeder that the birds can use, but the squirrels can't . We do have a couple, which are said to be almost 'squirrel proof' - just click on the following link to go straight to them. http://www.crocus.co.uk/search/_/search.squirrel-proof/ If this works out, then perhaps you can then put up some nesting boxes and even a bird bath. I hope this helps and I will keep my fingers crossed for you. Helen Plant Doctor

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