Why Buy From Wildlife World?

When you buy from a small independent business, an actual person does a little HAPPY dance!

You're not helping a CEO buy a new holiday home on Sandbanks Island! You're helping a little girl get dance lessons, a little boy buy his new football boots and a Mum or Dad put food on the table! - So please shop independent! Oh and we pay our taxes ;)

Our UK Workshop's wooden products are exclusively manufactured from FSC® certified timber. We use many naturally durable timbers which require more complex drying time but eliminates the need for chemical preservatives.

By buying Wildlife World products you are helping us to support a huge range of environmental and wildlife projects. These include the Bumble Bee Conservation Trust, British Hedgehog Preservation Society, International Bee Research Association, The Centre for Alternative Technology, and other Wildlife Rescue Centres.

Award Winning

Since 2004 Wildlife World has continued to win awards year on year. We now total eleven new product development, environmental and design awards.

Craftsman Squirrel Feeder
Roosting Pocket Buyers Guide

Roosting Pocket Buyers Guide

If you’ve ever wondered where the birds that visit your garden during the day, foraging on the ground, flitting among trees or visiting feeders, go at night. Likelihood is they’re roosting. This is when they settle down for rest or sleep, and birds choose how and where they sleep very carefully to ensure they can survive through the night.

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Sparrow Drinking from Water Pipe

Watering your Wildlife

Did you know? Watering your garden shouldn’t just extend to the plants, flowers and vegetables you are growing. As the weather warms up, through springtime and into summer, it’s just as important to ensure the wildlife visiting your garden is watered as well.

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The Bird Box Buyers Guide

Bird Box Buyers Guide

Birds are using nest boxes as many of their natural nest sites are disappearing from our gardens and surrounding environment. With the declining number of wooded areas, hedgerows and large trees available, birds are having to find safe alternatives for somewhere to build their nests. This shortage of natural nesting sites for birds has played a part in the decline of some of the UK’s most iconic species.
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