The friendly Robin is the gardener's companion as they flit around the garden collecting insects, seeds and worms. They can often become so tame that they will feed from your hand and prefer open nesting sites so often utilise manmade objects like open boxes, kettles and traditional teapots. Give the cheerful Robin a practical and fun new home in your garden with this rustic Teapot Nester from Wildlife World. Site the nest box within some greenery or vegetation cover, facing the teapot between north and southeast and between 1-2 metres high. Fix the teapot using either malleable garden wire, passing it through the specially designed fixing holes and around the base of the handle, then twisting around a convenient branch / support. Alternatively, screw to a support through the hole in the base, taking care to only gently tighten against the included rubber washer. In use the nester should be lined with grass, moss and leaves and cleaned annually in late summer.