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Straw Bale Bird Hide - Staveley

Our second straw bale hide for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust was completed in 2012. It is located at Staveley Reserve near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. This large wildlife observatory is the same shape, size and design as the original at North Cave Reserve but the exterior finish differs in that larch cladding has been used above the viewing windows and the lime render is finished with a pinky coloured lime wash – sange de beouf.

Straw Bale Bird Hide at Staveley, HarrogateLarch reciprocal frameRoof timber for bird hide in placeCompleted base and frame with roof boardedFloor joists in placeBird hide with butyl liner ready for green roof Central roof light from aboveCentral roof light from belowVolunteers preparing straw balesStraw bales in timber frameVolunteers plastering straw balesView of completed straw bale bird hide across the lake Approaching the straw bale bird hideLine render exterior coloured sange de beoufFull height viewing windowAnother view of the straw bale viewing hideLarch cladding above the viewing windowsTruth window and information boardsInside the hide - straw bale truth window to the leftInside the hexagonal straw bale hideInterior with benches
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