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Small Animal and Insect Houses

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CJW Bee Mini Insect House

Ref: CJ-920520119

Price: 9.99 (Including VAT at 20%)


The Bee Mini Insect House offers shelter to a variety of insects that can be beneficial to your garden. Solitary bees for example, like to use the holes to lay their eggs in.

Place the insect house in a sheltered spot, preferably between vegetation, or hang on a nail no higher than 2 metres from the ground.

Material: FSC Wood; Size: 17.5 H x 17.5 W x 11cm D

CJW Hanging Wooden Bee House

Ref: CJ-920310419

Price: 12.99 (Including VAT at 20%)


The Hanging Bee House from CJ Wildlife is an attractive house for the small garden designed specifically for bees, ideal for nesting in spring or hibernation during the winter.

Material: FSC Wood; Size: 23 H x 28 W x 11cm D

CJW Chillon WoodStone Bat Box

Ref: CJ-914410119


Price: 29.99 (Including VAT at 20%)

The Woodstone Bat Box is a wildlife helper designed as part of the Vivara range by CJ Wildlife.

They are constructed from Woodstone (a mix of concrete and FSC wood fibres), guaranteeing longevity and durability for your garden. Every Woodstone product from CJ Wildlife is guaranteed for 10 years.

This bat box can accommodate up to 15 common pipistrelle bats which are very sociable mammals and prefer to live in colonies. The ‘landing ramp’ and interior are textured for extra grip.

Material: Woodstone; Colour: Charcoal; Size: 44 H x 29 W x 9cm D; Weight: 4kg; Guarantee: 10 Years

Guidance to site your Bat Box:
Place your Bat Box free from obstructions, like trees and fences, to give at least 20ft of open space around the box. This will allow the bats to locate the house and easily fly in and out of it. Place it on a building or barn at least 15ft high and facing southeast for maximum exposure to sunlight.

Correct placing of your bat box will determine its internal temperature which is important to avoid large changes in temperature, and the Woodstone construction of this Bat Box helps to avoid this. They can also be mounted on a pole or perhaps attached to a tall tree, however studies seem to show that bat houses in trees are less likely to be occupied than those on a building.

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