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Simon King Brushwood Robin Nester

Robins typically favour nesting sites which are both well covered and tucked-away, plus with some sort of structure to build on or within. This is why Robins are notorious for nesting in odd places like the wheel arch of a tractor, in an old dumped tea pot, or corner of garden shed.

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Brushwood Robin Nester

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What makes this nest more suited to Robins than other birds?

It is designed with the Robin's natural nesting habits entirely in mind, with these being fairly unique relative to other garden birds

What time of year can I expect to find Robins nesting in this product?

The normal time would be during March, though Robins often start their courtship as early as January - which is likely to be in the vicinity of a suitable nest site. In addition, Robins may use the nester for overnight roosting in the winter months

Where is the best place to position the Robin Nester?

t must be out of view of predators and out of direct sunlight. So an ideal spot would be tucked behind a climbing plant on a wall, fence or trellis, and at least one metre above the ground.