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Nestboxes are excellent substitutes for the natural holes found in old trees.
Over 60 species of birds are known to have used nestboxes.
Regular residents include blue, great and coal tits, nuthatches, house and tree sparrows, starlings, spotted and pied flycatchers, robins, house martins, kestrels and tawny owls.

Much depends on the type of box, where it is located, and on its surroundings.
You can create a haven in your garden not only for wild birds and owls, but also for bats, butterflies, insects, and even hedgehogs with these decorative homes.

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