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Bird box wall mounted

Chipchase Nest Box

Preisab 20,00£

The Chipchase nest box is made of 22mm thick untreated Larch or Cedar. This is thicker than most nesting boxes making it better insulated in the winter and cooler in the summer. Comes with a choice of bird hole size for different birds species. 


  • 22mm thick untreated Larch or Cedar
  • Choice of entrance hole size
  • Drainage and ventilation holes
  • Side opening for cleaning of nest box


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  • Size

    Width - 300mm

    Height - 240mm

    Depth - 145mm


    All sizes may vary slightly due to the nature of making hand made products.

  • Hole size guide

    • 25 mm for blue, coal and marsh tits
    • 28 mm for great tits, tree sparrows and pied flycatchers
    • 32 mm for house sparrows and nuthatches
  • Northumberland Castles

    Chipchase Castle


    Situated north of Hadrians Wall near Wark, Chipchase Castle is a 17th century Jacobean mansion incorporating a 14th century pele tower. The Manor of Chipchase was aquired by the Heron family (a relation hopefully) with the marriage of Walter Heron to the heiress of Chipchase in the 14th century. The grounds are open to the public with the castle open in June only.

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Some woods are better suited for laser engraving than others. For that reason not all of my products can be laser engraved.  The same piece of wood can also show varying results of engraving from the laser burn due to the woods grain, density, moisture content, knots and blemishes etc. Any small areas of an image that does not appear to be engraved is not a fault but due to the wood itself.

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