Many thanks to Ricki and his wife who have helped, advised and supported me in the projects I am undertaking.

www.riversidewoodcraft.co.uk

Riverside Woodcraft started in 2007 and has developed a range of quality products for the ever growing market of wildlife and pet supplies. It is a family based company based in Tamworth, Staffordshire, they make all sorts of great wildlife products and most of our products are made by them in their purpose built workshop. They also offer a bespoke service and customer service is second to none.

"Riverside Woodcraft are a local company and I am keen to support local businesses wherever possible. I have a growing range of products made by Riverside as I have not yet found products that match their quality at such an affordable price. They are made from high quality materials with excellent attention to detail. I have been very pleased with every single item I have bought from this company and I am hoping to work with them in the near future to build some bespoke nest boxes and feeding stations to my design."

10thOct_-7825
BarnOwl_KestrelBox_-9478
KestrelCamSetup_13
RobinBox_-85591 - Copy
BBBox_-9507
WallTable-85313

Robin Nest Box

Blackbird Nest Box

" In spring 2010 I watched, on cam, a blackbird build her nest, hatch out chicks, only for the nest to be raided by magpies. This female built two more nests, and each was destroyed. I started looking for an alternative and purchased one of Riverside's great blackbird boxes for the 2011 season. I feel it offers some protection from predators and I hope that the blackbirds will choose to use it. I think this box may also attract robins and have embedded it in an ivy covered stump. At under £15 this box offers great value for money. It does not have a camera, but I can easily add one if something shows interest"

" With several robin pairs displaying in the garden, I could not resist trying to convince them to nest somewhere where I could get a camera on them! At under £10, this brilliantly made nest box nest box is an absolute bargain. I have a hole in the roof, ready to accomodate the camera, should the robins choose to nest here."

You are viewing the text version of this site.

To view the full version please install the Adobe Flash Player and ensure your web browser has JavaScript enabled.

Need help? check the requirements page.


Get Flash Player