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
Tiger Swimming

World Wildlife Conservation Day

What a week for Conservation! We’re still out in the mud planting our trees for National Tree Week (28 November – 6 December). Then along comes World Wildlife Conservation Day in the same week.

Today, December 4th, is World Wildlife Conservation Day. A day dedicated to raising awareness and engaging people in the urgent need for conservation on a global level.

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Trees in sunlight

National Tree Week

We’re delighted to welcome back the tree planting season this year, which will hopefully get people active and outdoors this winter! If, like us, you think trees are amazing then this week is a chance to celebrate everything they do for us.
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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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