Friday, 15 August 2008


The Friends of the Queslett Nature Reserve took possession of a number of traditional Bird boxes, open fronted bird boxes and Bat Boxes today. These were made by ENTA the training company based in Princip Street.

The boxes paid for by donations given to the FOQNR, were made by trainees at ENTA and were very good value for money and well made.

Youngsters have really done a good job and have found making these boxes to order a real incentive.

The FOQNR will now be working with the Birmingham City Councils BIO Diversity Officer to ensure they are put in the best place to benefit wild life on the reserve.

The Queslett Nature Reserve is located between Old Horns Crescent (Near ASDA) and Ashworth Road (off Booths Lane) For More details about the FOQNR please ring 360 6486

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