Pestrol Brushtail Possum Nesting Box
For many Australians, sharing your property with possums is a fact of life. The trees and garden are they natural habitat and as a result, they can become a nuisance on your property. By using a Possum Nesting Box – you will be providing a new home for your unwanted guest and keeping it away from the roof and your garage.
By providing possums with a safe alternative home location, we have found that in most cases you would be able to relocate noisy possums from your home.
Possums are protected under the Wildlife Act 1975 and must not be harmed in any way or kept without approval from DELWP.
It is illegal to harass or interfere with possums.
A possum in your roof or eating your flowers can be very frustrating, but people and possums can live together successfully by providing a new home for possums.
If you still have multiple possums in your locating you may wish to consider our very popular Electronic Possum Deterrent.
How to install your Possum Box
What you will need:
- A ladder that will reach at least 4 meters long
- Drill bit
- Hex – dead driver and/or 3/8 socket and driver
Pestrol Brushtail Possum Nesting Box comes flat packed and will take approximately 10 minutes to assemble. You can either install it yourself or have it done professionally.
Make sure to find an appropriate location to place Brushtail Possum Nesting Box. When looking for a location, try to ensure that the possum box is not facing North through West. Possums do not like sunlight, the box should be placed in the area where it is not exposed to full sunlight and afternoon heat. The best location should be protected from the heat, wet winds and not in an open location.
A lot of different possum species prefer heights of 4 meters to have the protection from pets and give them privacy, though 6 to 8 meters would be preferred.
Spray inside the possum house with an insect repellent, as this will act as a deterrent against bees.
400mm x 250mm x 250mm.
Entry hole for possum nesting box: 100mm