BARN OWL NESTING BOXES
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Our products are designed to help you mitigate unwanted rodents and pests using what Mother Nature has provided
Our dual shelled Roto-Molded plastic nesting box is large enough to raise a family of 6-8 barn owls and durable enough to last a lifetime. Barn owl nesting boxes are the key to barn owl conservation.
Raptor hunting perches are another tool in the rodent management field. People also buy them just to draw birds closer in, especially photographers
Our kestrel boxes are made of white cedar, one of the only woods that will hold up against insects and the elements. Kestrel nesting boxes are of the utmost importance to their preservation.
NATURE'S REMEDY AT A GLANCE
The SOBO Conservation Program: Saving Our Barn Owls
Barn owls are "cavity dwellers", that means they do not build their own nests. They will nest in the cavities of trees, in abandoned buildings, old barns and in haystacks. None of these are considered "safe habitats" and leave them open to predation and the elements. Other dangers the barn owls face are death due to the starvation and traffic fatalities. How can you help?
Nesting boxes, built and installed in the proper manner, are the key for barn owl survival. Normally barn owls survive two years in the wild and 80% of owlets die in their first year. Nesting boxes change these numbers drastically.
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Nature's Remedy has a dual purpose: to protect the wildlife we love and provide a safe rodent control for our community's vineyards, orchards, crop farmers, ranchers, golf courses and residents. In the 12 years we have been in business, we've installed and in some cases maintained more than 300 nesting boxes in 2 states, and have seen first-hand how beneficial barn owls and kestrels are for managing rodent populations. Barn owls are non-territorial which is a key factor why they are used around the world for integrated rodent management. We have also seen the importance of the nesting boxes in the preservation of both species.