At the start of the year, we built some owl boxes on behalf of the Raptor Trust, who have sited them in Burgh Apton’s conservation project land. Built from recycled timber, the boxes are tailored to the nesting needs of different species, with four for little owls, two for tawny owls, and one for barn owls. They will provide valuable homes for the nocturnal birds whose traditional nesting sites have been lost as hollow trees are cut down and barns are converted into homes and offices.
You can read more about our work with the Raptor Trust on the Eastern Daily Press website.
We also offer a range of other wildlife products, including bat boxes and insect houses, which are important for conservation and the garden.
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