Therefore, the design of the Roving Area in term of size, height and shape is particularly crucial because this will influence the adaptive time. Well designed Roving allows birds to fly freely without obstructions and shorten the adaptive time. Obviously the shorter period of adaptation the faster the birds will fly into the Nesting Area to stay and to build nests.
Roving Area comes in many sizes and shapes some are square, and some are rectangular (I had seen an oval shape before). It does not matter what shapes they are as long it could accommodate what birds want.
The Entrance Hole is the first defense line which the birds have to go through. Once it has been penetrated, the roving area is the second defense line. The third defense line is at the second entrance hole or door to the Nesting Area. The birds have to break all these lines of barriers in order to make it to the Nesting area.
Good Swiftlet Farming All!