nest box

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nest box

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nesting box

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1. (Agriculture) a box in a henhouse in which domestic chickens lay eggs
2. (Environmental Science) a box designed as a nesting place for wild birds and positioned in a garden, park, or reserve to encourage them to breed there
Translations
linnunpönttöpesäpönttö

nest box

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uk There are so many bird boxes on the market, but if you want a stylish version for your loved one, the Posh Bird Box is beautifully hand-crafted with eye catching scalloped edges.
com)-- The Work and Independent Living Skills Department at North Shropshire College's Walford Campus recently held a Bird Box Build-Off Competition; the competition involves building a bird box to a required standard using pre-cut pieces of timber and a range of hand tools.
Each bird needs a bird box with different sized holes in or an open front.
HIGH FLIERS Blue tit sets off from garden bird box.
Bromborough MAKE a bird box at Brotherton Park and Dibbinsdale LNR today, from 12-3pm.
Coombe will also be marking National Nest Box Week in February, giving over-14s the chance to make their own bird box to take home.
I 9 LIvE in a flat and I'd like to put up a bird box but I can't find one that will fit to the outside wall.
n Discover more about our wildlife and make your own bird box at Biddulph Grange Garden, Biddulph, Staffordshire.
Created for design-conscious individuals, the bird box is made of white-glazed terracotta-and-black plastic, which protects from wind and rain in harsher seasons, reflecting heat and protecting the chicks from overheating at the height of summer.
You can celebrate the start of spring with a whole host of fun things to do to keep little ones entertained with a list of activities from a children's trail challenge, creative spring crafts, storytelling and bird box making.
But he admitted the bird box vandalism - believed to have occurred on Monday night - has left members feeling particularly appalled.
THESE cute kittens seem to have an identity crisis - after making their home in an abandoned bird box.