Native Species That Use Nest Boxes

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Melbourne Wildlife Sanctuary

In Melbourne Wildlife Sanctuary's birds species uses nest boxes which includes:

Parrots amongst the most colourful of the Australian birds. Some parrot species (eg Lorikeets) tend to do better when nesting close together this helps them compete with Starlings and Indian Mynahs.

Many of those in the Melbourne area feed on nectar from eucalypts (gum trees). They require hollow branches in which to breed. In Melbourne Wildlife Sanctuary two types of parrot boxes are available, vertical and horizontal.

Please use the Contact form on the right for Native Species That Use Nest Boxes information and ordering.

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