Pine Marten Box

€308,95
€278,06 Membership Price
Artikelnummer: NR_PINEM

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Made from recycled materials  Screwed Construction  From a sustainable source  FSC certified wood

Our handmade bespoke wildlife products can take up to four weeks to build and deliver if we don't have them in stock.

Based on a tried and tested design principle innovated by the Vincent Wildlife Trust, this Pine Marten den is suitable both for resting/sleeping martens and also as a breeding den. Unlike some other designs, this structure is relatively light whilst maintaining internal structural integrity. Pine martens are particularly sensitive to sound disturbance and the thermal qualities of their dens. The 'all timber' internal box structure ensures that a resting marten remains warm and that sound transfer through the box walls is kept to a minimum.

Inspection / internal servicing is achieved through the front wall which can be released by removing the two bolts at the base and allowed to slide down. The internal wooden den section remains intact even when the front wall is lowered, ensuring no nesting material is lost during inspection.

The recycled farm plastic protective sheet on the roof (in woodland green) ensures maximum protection from rain and an ideal spot upon which martens may choose to leave scat (a useful monitoring sign).

The den is held in place using wire or rope through holes in the vertical spacer batons and around the tree to which the box is secured. Vertical batons ensure minimal sway of the box in strong winds.

Boxes should be sited approximately 4 metres from the ground on suitably sized trees or poles.

If you're a commercial customer, business owner, ecologist or trade customer please go to the Wildlife World trade website to place an order here.

When can I expect my delivery?

All orders placed before 2pm (mon-fri) will be despatched the same day via Royal Mail on a tracked service.

We do on occasion use DPD, especially for larger items

If you have any questions please get in touch by emailing us -

hello@thewildlifecommunity.co.uk