Artisan Bird Nester


Product Code: 708-SN45626

This nester offers a small cavity, perfect for birds that roost alone in winter or nest in spring.

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Encourages Observation

Encourage birds to your school garden for identification and observation exercises. This activity develops children's observational skills and understanding of local wildlife.

Attracts Solitary Birds

Attracts birds who want to roost and nest alone. Ideal for species that prefer to nest solitarily, enhancing biodiversity in your school garden.

Fair Trade and Handmade

Fair trade, handmade nester from recycled materials and natural seagrass. Each nester uniquely promotes sustainability.

Supports Ethical Learning

This nester, made from natural seagrass and recycled saris, supports ethical learning by promoting fair trade practices.

Science Support

Supports Science by helping children identify and name a variety of birds, and enhances their understanding of local wildlife.

Artisan Bird Nester

This nester offers a small cavity, perfect for birds that roost alone in winter or nest in spring.


  • Enhance children's observational skills with this bird nester. Its sturdy inner frame and strong metal hooks ensure secure fastening in sheltered spaces, offering a warm, protected roosting spot for small birds in harsh conditions. The steel-reinforced, protruding entrance makes it easier for birds to land and perch.

  • Made from natural seagrass and recycled saris, each unique nester adds surprise and delight to learning. This fair trade product is handcrafted in rural southern Bangladesh, promoting sustainability.

  • In Science, this nester can be used to help children identify and name various common birds. It also aids in understanding how habitats meet the needs of different animals and plants.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 1, Animals, including Humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify that most living things live in habitats to which they are suited and describe how habitats provide for the basic needs of different of animals and plants, and how they depend on each other.

Science, Year 3, Animals, including Humans

Identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat.

Technical Summary



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Size and measurements


  • 25 cm

  • Width

  • 14 cm

  • Weight

  • 305 g

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