Robin Teapot Nester

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Easy to install and will provide a great nesting site for Robins and other smaller birds, the Teapot Robin Nest is frost-resistant so will therefore endure the cold temperatures of the winter. There is a hole in the back of the teapot nester, so it can be hung on a nail, or using the supplied washers it can be screwed to a wall or fence.

Robins, and other species of bird including Wren, which might use this type of teapot nesting box, prefer some cover around their nest so it’s at least partly hidden from predators. Therefore partly tucking the teapot Robin nest behind some foliage such as a climbing plant on a fence or wall is a good idea. A further point to note for siting the teapot bird nester, is to ensure it doesn’t face south and therefore get too much sun and resulting heat on it – which could kill the young birds inside.

The height of the Robin Teapot Nester is 14cm, the width 15cm and the depth 23cm. 


H14cm x W15cm x D23cm


Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched via DHL on a no signature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags. We don't deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.

Some orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.

Orders for Live Mealworms are sent directly from our supplier via Royal Mail. They are dispatched the same day if orders are received by 12pm Mon-Thurs; no orders are dispatched on a Friday. Please allow four working days for orders to arrive.

If you have not received your order within seven working days please contact us on 01775 630208.

We now deliver to all of mainland UK with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied. Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man

We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.

Product Reviews
  • Lyn Davis


    I bought it as a present for a friend.

  • Guest


    Cute. The image and label of wren were not matching on the box

  • Sue Bolton


    Looks great. Haven't put it up yet, but I am sure the Robins in my garden will love to nest in it. I buy all my bird feeders, bird food and nesting boxes from Vine House Farm. I love their ethos.

  • Anonymous


    A bit of an impulse buy. It's more robust than I was expecting, which is no bad thing. There are plenty of robins around here who might appreciate a new home. If I find somewhere to hang it I'll have to buy another one before next Christmas as it's the perfect present for a friend!

  • Jo Beatty


    Great delivery service. We've attached to a tree, very easy with some thin wire. It looks lovely. I don't think we will get nesting birds this year as it's new in the garden and I think the birds have found places already but I'm crossing my fingers that the birds will have a nosey and perhaps make it their home for next season. A great addition to our garden.

  • Guest


    This nester looks lovely, although it's now tucked away within the foliage. Very easy to fix to branches. I am not sure that my robin couple have chosen it though, but if not hopefully they will next year.

  • Anonymous


    Looks great and the birds like it!

  • Anonymous


    This is the third teapot purchased - the other two have residents.

  • Ann Haskins


    Lovely - just what I expected. Am sure the robins will like it too.

  • Fr Mrs pollard


    Bought this as a Xmas Present for a friend and she loved it.

Providing nest boxes in your garden is the best way to encourage breeding for a number of bird species. Traditional bird boxes with a small hole in the front are most commonly used, with these being suitable for species such as Blue tit, Great tit and House sparrow. However, these aren’t suitable for garden birds like the Robin or Wren, which typically build their nest in relatively dense foliage of a shrub, climbing plant or in a concealed corner of a building like an open shed or garage. Along with being an attractive addition to a garden, the Robin Teapot Nester essentially gives birds a secure and dry structure to build their nest within. The positioning in your garden of a teapot Robin nest like this is important to ensure both it gets taken up, plus the birds successfully breed. For the location, this needs to be a wall or fence and ideally with some foliage on or very close to it – so perhaps a shrub immediately in front or slightly behind a climbing plant like ivy or clematis. This gives the birds a sense that the site is relatively safe from predators and therefore they’re more likely to use the teapot nesting box. Height isn’t too critical but aim for about 1.5 metres from the ground. Avoid south-facing aspects as this could mean the nest gets too hot which could be fatal to the young birds inside.
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