Bird Box


Product Code: 708-SN45625

Encourage wildlife into your school garden and observe birds in action using this nesting box.

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Attract Birds

Encourage birds to nest in your school grounds by providing a safe and suitable environment. This bird box caters to a variety of small bird species.

Small Bird Design

To attract small bird species such as blue, coal, and marsh tits, this bird box features a shingle roof and a silvered hole protector.

Develop Skills

Develop identification and observation skills by documenting bird species and their behaviours. Using a bird box enhances children's understanding of wildlife.

Easy Maintenance

The box can be opened from the bottom for easy cleaning outside of the breeding season, maintaining a suitable nesting environment.

Identify Birds

Helps children identify and name a variety of common birds, supporting the Science curriculum and enhancing their knowledge of classification.

Bird Box

Encourage wildlife into your school garden and observe birds in action using this nesting box.


  • Enhancing learning experiences by attracting wildlife to the school garden is beneficial. This bird box attracts small birds like blue, coal, and marsh tits with its shingle roof, silvered hole protector, and lapboard sides. Place it on a wall, tree, or fitting 1.5 to 2.5m above ground. Leave the box empty as birds will bring their nesting materials. Nesting occurs in April and May. Avoid disturbing the box during this period to prevent abandonment.

  • This bird box helps children develop observational skills. Activities include noting bird species, their activity times, and seasonal pattern changes.

  • If chicks hatch, children can observe feeding activity and discuss their life cycle. Clean the box from the bottom outside the breeding season to maintain a suitable environment.

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.

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Size and measurements


  • 245 mm

  • Width

  • 215 mm

  • Depth

  • 175 mm

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