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Somerton Floating Duck Six Nest - Pressure Treated Red Pine - L140 x W140 x H75 cm

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Product Specifications

  • Length (mm): 1400
  • Width (mm): 1400
  • Height (mm): 750

Somerton Floating Duck House, Waterfowl Nesting Box For Pond Or Lake With 6 Nesting Compartments is manufactured from pressure treated timber.

Delivery Information

Delivery within an estimated 5 - 12 working days

Delivery is Free to UK mainland excluding highlands where a surcharge will apply, please check before ordering.

Details

This floating duck nesting box comes complete with an hexagonal float, house and roof, with six segregated nesting bays and is suitable for up to 6 pairs of ducks such as mallards or other domestic ducks.  Also included are landing platforms to assist the ducks to get onto the floating platform and tethering eyes to attach rope to.  It is manufactured from pressure treated timber.

Dimensions: W 140cm D 140cm H 75cm

Suggested mud weights as per number of nests:

  • 1 nest – suggest 2 mud weights
  • 2 nest – suggest 2 mud weights
  • 3 nest – suggest 3 mud weights
  • 6 nest – suggest 3 mud weights
  • 8 nest – suggest 3 mud weights
  • 12 nest – suggest 6 mud weights

Our Somerton floating duck house is suitable for wild ducks and the ducks will use the house for nesting and as a safe night roost.   We recommend that you should clean out the house once a year in the early autumn, after the ducks have finished nesting.   The roof along with the internal wall dividers are removable to aid cleaning. 

Please Note:

The timbers used are pressure treated prior to building so well protected against rot. However, we strongly recommend that your housing is treated at least once yearly with our water repellent, animal safe, timber treating overcoat. This forms an invisible, water repellent layer over the house, so lessening the moisture uptake that in time could promote timber decay.