Wildlife World aim to cover whole feeding and hide market

Wildlife habitat product designers and manufacturers Wildlife World introduced a National Trust line and four new products at Glee.

Dewdrop feeder
Dewdrop feeder

The new products have been designed to encourage birds into the gardens of nature lovers and offer hedgehogs a safe place to go during bad weather and for protection from predators.

With the National Trust range of 12 wildlife habitats and food tables, the National Trust will sell the products at its own properties and Wildlife World will also sell the same products through the trade to the consumer.

Other new products include the DIY Hedgehog House is a flat pack wooden house that comes with a 10-year rot guarantee and retails at £59.

The award-winning Dewdrop Window Feeder is a transparent design which  allows observation of birds and secures to the window with two heavy suction pads.  It retails at £16.49.

Simon King's Wild Bird Open Nest Buddy provides a suitable habitat for chaffinches, blackbirds
and other members of the thrush family and retails at £5.99.

The Ultimate Wildlife Hide from Simon King Wildlife is £169 (normally £199).

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