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The Glider Box provides an ideal alternative to a natural hollow for Sugar and Squirrel Gliders, where such resources are lacking.
Glider Species to Attract
- Sugar Glider (found in wetter forests and woodlands)
- Squirrel Glider (found in drier forests and woodlands)
A Glider box can offer a safe refuge for Gliders in urban and rural environments. This Glider wildlife box provides an ideal alternative to a natural hollow for Gliders, where such resources are lacking.
Several species of gliders are may be found in urban environments across eastern Australia, two of the more common species are the Sugar Glider and the Squirrel Glider.
The Squirrel Glider is found in drier forests and woodlands from southeast South Australia up the east coast to northern Queensland.
The Sugar Glider is found in wetter forests and woodlands from southeast South Australia up the east coast and across the top of northern Australia, to northwest Western Australia.
About Squirrel Gliders & Sugar Gliders
Gliders live in small family groups of up to 10 individuals. They are obligate hollow users – in that every day they require a safe refuge to retreat to, typically a natural hollow or wildlife box where hollows are lacking. Squirrel Gliders typically make leaf-lined nests within hollows.
Significant alteration to many urban and rural environments has meant that natural hollows are now rare. Supplementing natural hollows with a wildlife box will increase available habitat.
Collection can be arranged for boxes; alternatively, a freight charge will be applied. You will be advised of this cost before payment is requested.