Designed to support the teaching of minibeasts on the primary school curriculum, this impressive habitat provides a home for pollinators, beneficial insects, mini mammals and hedgehogs. A stunning addition to any school wildlife garden.
This giant educational triangular habitat stands a metre tall. It is constructed from FSC certified timber with lots of varied habitats within the structure. Starting at the base we have a Hogitat or hedgehog shelter which provide hedgehogs with protection from predators and garden tools such as strimmers, mowers and forks. The three different types of log habitats are good for beneficial insects such as ladybirds and lacewings and also pollinators such as solitary bees.
- The small specially designed holes are ideal for solitary bee occupation
- The larger holes will provide homes for additional beneficial insects
- The slot logs are good for lacewings and provide crevices for over wintering insects
The crittacabin is finished with the addition of natural pine cones and re-cycled plastic fixing points on the reverse to allow the habitat to be secured in place for child safety and school security.