British Nesting Wool
For centuries, British wool has been known for its strength, softness and warmth. From the Highlands of Scotland to the rolling hills of the South West, wild birds seek out this natural material and it will be appreciated by garden birds of all types. We recommend this natural wool should not be used for captive birds. The wool should be made available between February and July in the box provided which can be hung outside or in a cage or spiral feeder. DO NOT introduce the material into the nest space artificially.
- Can be offered in the laminated box or from a spiral or caged feeder
- British Sheeps Wool
- Attractive for wild birds looking for nest lining
- Keeps chicks warm
- Offer to birds during breeding season Jan - July