In the Multiholk®, two types of food can be fed at the same time due to its spacious feed container (2 litres). The bird house is designed so that the food remains dry and the birds cannot sit in the food. Only small garden birds have space on the feeding plate. Larger birds, such as magpies or crows, will not find a foothold on the perches of the feeding table.From feeding table to nesting box
In spring, after cleaning the Multiholk®, the nesting plate is placed at the bottom of the bird house, the bar in front of the high entrance is moved to the side, and the bird house is transformed into a nesting box. The Multiholk® was developed with the help of ornithologists and its size was adapted to the needs of the small garden birds native to our area.
Design of the nest box
Air or ventilation holes under the edges of the roof provide ventilation of the nest box on warm summer days and protect the brood from overheating. Climbing notches inside below the entrance hole are used for the young birds to hold on to when climbing out once they have fledged.
This newly developed Multiholk® can be attached to a wall or tree with the enclosed screws.The Multiholk® is protected by design. If you wish, we can also supply you with a suitable pole for setting up our birdhouses, for example in the meadow.