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The Tawny Owl is most comfortable in open deciduous forests and mixed woodlands. If it can’t find a
suitable tree hollow as a daytime hideaway or breeding cavity, it also accepts quiet places on buildings,
barns, rocky ground and eagerly welcomes species-appropriate nest boxes and elongated breeding
enclosures. But as natural and suitable breeding places become ever more scarce, this Owl species
increasingly suffers from housing shortage. Monotonous forests with small ratio of dead wood, parks and
young managed forests in particular do not – or only conditionally – provide suitable breeding grounds and daytime hideaways for the Tawny Owl.
Hawk, eagle owl and diseases
SCHWEGLER Wood-Concrete Nest Box
Hanger: steel, galvanised
Nest box, hanger, two mounting blocks, aluminium nails and bedding
forests, buildings, rock faces, etc.
from 4 m to 6 m
Entrance hole size:
approx. 12 x 12 cm
W 33 x H 36 x D 45 cm
Brood chamber inside:
W 30 x H 34 x D 30 cm
approx. 14 kg