Wildlife Nesting Boxes Information

Screech owls are one of the smallest owls in North America. They help control potential pest species such as mice. 44 cm H, 24 cm W, 23 cm D

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Screech Owl Box:

Screech owls are one of the smallest owls in North America. They help control potential pest species such as mice.
44 cm H, 24 cm W, 23 cm D
Flying Squirrel Box:

Flying squirrels play a vital role in forest ecosystems by distributing tree seeds and
mycorrhizal fungi.
Flying squirrels also serve as prey species to a variety of forest animals.
Southern Flying squirrels are classified as a species at risk. Nest boxes provide
important shelter for these animals. 30 cm H, 18 cm, W 20 cm D

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Bat Box:

Bat roosting shelters benefit bats and humans. Ontario bats are insectivores and provide
natural pest control by consuming vast amounts of insects including agricultural pests and
mosquitoes. Each box can house approx. 100 bats.
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Suet Bird Feeder:

Wooden platform braces single 4.5′′ x 5′′ suet cake.
28 cm H, 18 cm W 7.5 cm D
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Medium-Size Bird Box:

Nest box provides space for Blue birds or other cavity nesting birds.
30 cm H, 14 cm W, 14 cm D
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Feeding/Nesting Platform:

Wooden platform provides adequate space to build a bird’s nest or place
birdseed. 24 cm H, 20 cm W 7.5 cm D
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