Heeej! Birdhouse Fly Inn – Standing model


With the Fly Inn we help birds that have difficulty finding a nesting place in urban areas. You simply place it in the garden soil or in a large flower pot on your balcony. Made from sustainable materials! Let the birds come!

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  • Fast delivery
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Delivery time: 1-3 working days

Product information

Birdhouse Fly Inn – Standing model Heeej!

Looking for a sustainable birdhouse? We found it! This nesting box made of high-quality materials such as bamboo and steel is timeless and therefore withstands all trends!

Made from bamboo sheet material. This material is made up of several layers and has a natural appearance. It is environmentally friendly and sustainable, as bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants (up to one meter per day)! Bamboo is also known for being extremely hard and therefore extremely strong. In addition, solid metal has been used that has a black powder coating.

Features Bamboo Birdhouse Fly Inn – Standing

  • -special nesting box made of sustainable bamboo
  • -stands on a sturdy steel leg of 150 cm
  • -combined with black steel elements
  • -with a modern but natural look
  • -fits both on a balcony and in the garden
  • r-ock-solid materials to enjoy for a long time
  • -made on a small scale and fully recyclable
  • -there is also a model for the wall
  • -entrance opening 3 cm
  • -design by Ilse Bouwens (co-owner of Heeej.nl)

Size & Weight:

House: Ø 16 Length 18 cm
Entrance opening: 3 cm
Pole: 150 cm
Stick: 5 cm

PLEASE NOTE: Bamboo is a natural material. Even though the product has been treated with a transparent varnish, it discolors due to weather influences.



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