Artificial Hollows Webinar Wed, 15 Feb 12.30 – 1.30

Quite often old trees no longer exist on private land, and allowing for the natural development of hollows can be a slow process. Therefore, installing artificial hollows in the form of nest boxes, salvaged fallen hollows, stag relocation or chainsaw hollows can provide additional habitat for threatened species that depend on hollows for nesting or roosting.

We will discuss the benefits of artificial hollows and the principles of installing the mostappropriate kind for different hollow-dependant species and different site conditions.

Information will also be provided on circumstances where funding of artificial hollows is supported by the BCT.

A Q&A session will conclude the event

It is this Wednesday, the 15th February. You can register online here: