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This birdhouse has been designed for the Robin. Except for the Robin, you can also expect the Spotted Flycatcher and the Common Redstart to visit the birdhouse. For Robins you need to place the birdhouse in a well hidden place, on or near the ground (max. up to 1.5 m (4.9ft)) among dense bushes or vines therefore not in the direct sunlight or on the side catching the rain and an obstacle free approach route for the bird.
For the Spotted Flycatcher and the Common Redstart you need to hang the birdhouse on a tree or wall, at a height of 1 to 5 m (3.3 to 16.4 ft).
Fall is the best season to clean out the nesting box. During severe winter conditions, the nesting box offers shelter and protection to birds.Dimensions: L 20.4cm x D 25.2cm x H 22.1cm
The Pavilion Garden Centre
Just a stone's throw away from Cork airport, The Pavilion Garden Centre is the largest garden centre in Cork and is also recognised as the leading garden centre in Ireland for its range of mature and specimen plants.
The roots of The Pavilion Garden centre in Cork began in 1932 when John O’Leary established one of the earliest commercial greenhouses in Ireland supplying mainly tomatoes, to local traders, The English Market and Roches Stores.
Very helpful and knowledgeable staff. Always a nice atmosphere and good selection.(Google)
Beautiful breakfast. Wonderful service. Fantastic waiter. There were 5 of us, in the shady corner...bliss. Thank you for taking such good care of us 💝(Google)
Visited the Pavilion recently and had a brilliant experience! While the food was lovely, the true star of the show is the staff.(TripAdvisor)