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|With our constant erosion of the natural environment, it is becoming increasingly important that we all do our bit to help conserve our beautiful native wildlife. Our range of high quality habitats are created to be both attractive and functional. We offer habitats to help with the worrying depletion in bee, dormouse and bat populations as well as comfortable retreats for hedgehogs and many bird species.|
Please select from the Insect and Animal Boxes below to buy at our best prices:
Buy Wildlife World Robin Teapot Nester (Small Birds Box) for sale and home delivery. The friendly robin is the gardener's companion. They will flit around the garden collecting insects, seeds and worms and can often become so tame they will feed from your hand. They prefer open nesting sites and often utilise man made objects like open boxes, kettles and traditional teapots. Robins will sing almost all year round and will often defend their territory. Young robins will only acquire their bright red breast feathers after 2-3 months.£14.99
Wildlife World Hogilo Hedgehog Mammal House and Feeding Lounge. The stylish new HH7 'Hogilo' hedgehog habitat is a purpose built nesting box and shelter for hedgehogs. Siting:Locate within cover, out of prevailing wind. Pile leaves and short grass around the House plus two hand fulls of short dry grass and leaves inside the box to start nest. Features: Solid FSC timber and screwed construction, attractive unique design. Important Information: These products are for wild creatures and as such, you should not expect immediate habitation. We suggest you carefully read the supplied instructions for siting and provide this product in a suitable habitat for the target species. The product can then be re-visited 6 - 12 months later, or in the appropriate season, to see if it is being used. If after 24 months the product has not been used, it may be worth choosing an alternative location to site it and/or look to see what improvements you can make to provide a suitable environment for your target species (flowers, woodpiles, rough areas of garden etc). Because many species of creature are constantly seeking refuge and safe nesting sites, you may find that an unexpected species is using your product - this is part of nature and all species should be welcomed as part of your wildlife garden. Height: 250 mm, Width: 455 mm Depth: 345 mm, Weight: 3.40 kg.WAS £49.99
Wildlife World Hedgehog House. Attractive and of a unique design, the original Hedgehog House provides a safe habitat for hedgehogs in the garden. Suitable for hibernation, breeding and Summer shelter. Heavy construction from durable timbers gives strength and longevity. Roof is double skinned for insulation and weather protection, whilst the raised timber floor keeps damp out. Its robust, all-screwed construction withstands crushing/strimming. A specially constructed entrance porch allows the hedgehog in but deters predators. Completing the unit is a hinged door at the back for annual cleaning and inspection of sick or rescued hedgehogs. Siting:Locate within cover, out of prevailing wind. Pile leaves and short grass around the House plus two hand fulls of short dry grass and leaves inside the box to start nest. Features: Solid FSC timber and screwed construction, attractive unique design. Important Information: These products are for wild creatures and as such, you should not expect immediate habitation. We suggest you carefully read the supplied instructions for siting and provide this product in a suitable habitat for the target species. The product can then be re-visited 6 - 12 months later, or in the appropriate season, to see if it is being used. If after 24 months the product has not been used, it may be worth choosing an alternative location to site it and/or look to see what improvements you can make to provide a suitable environment for your target species (flowers, woodpiles, rough areas of garden etc). Because many species of creature are constantly seeking refuge and safe nesting sites, you may find that an unexpected species is using your product - this is part of nature and all species should be welcomed as part of your wildlife garden. Height: 195 mm, Width: 385 mm, Depth: 430 mm, Weight: 5.38 kg.£47.99
This oak/larch double chambered box provides habitat for many bats. The heavy construction provides good insulation and longevity, as well as preventing predators from chewing the entrance slot. There is an access ladder and hinged front door providing access for inspection and cleaning. Many Bats change roosts dependant on weather conditions and seasons. (H. 300mm W. 135mm D. 135mm).£22.99
Our solitary beehive is designed specifically to attract non-swarming bees like the Red Mason bee, which are non-aggressive and vital to plant pollination. They are naturally attracted to holes in wood which are becoming rare in our tidy gardens. The special design is constructed with a durable timber roof and base, with two stainless steel bolts running through the nesting trays, allowing easy access for inspection and cleaning to all trays. Comes with a laminated guide to solitary bees. Dimensions: (Height 200mm Width 180mm Depth 160mm.£22.99
The Wildlife World Bumble Bee Nester is constructed from thick durable timber (Cedar/Larch/Pine). It is very important that nesting bees are kept dry. There is a fully hinged (solid brass to prevent corrosion) overhanging green felted roof which can be opened to reveal an internal viewing window (removable). Vent holes are provided for good air flow. The floor runners help lift the box and reduce moisture. Nest material/instructions and excellent Bumble Bee Guide are included. Dimensions: H.200mm W. 300mm D. 200mm Approx Weight 1.60kg.£22.99
This attractive Wildlife World Butterfly and Moth Habitat combines a safe over wintering and interative habitat with a central feed station. The central feed sponge can be charged with a sugar/water solution to encourage and help butterflies or it can be soaked with Wildlife World Butterfly Attractant to encourage colourful butterflies (with the exception of the Cabbage White) to the feed station/habitat. Butterflies and Moths will use the house for roosting.The following may also use the house for hibernating: Small Tortoiseshell, Peacock (often found in sheds and outbuildings) and the Comma Butterfly. Less commonly, the Silver Winged Fritillary may use the box to lay eggs (preferably sited in mature trees) The chrysalis could be formed on the roof or internal branches. Dimensions: (H. 365mm W. 160mm D. 170mm - Approx Weight 1.10KG)£19.99
A natural habitat for ladybirds and other beneficial insects, the Ladybird Tower has a central chamber filled with natural material. There are many holes drilled at an upward angle for the insects to reach the insulated and safe inner chamber. If necessary a roof panel may be removed for inspection or cleaning. SITING; there is a ground pole provided so the tower is easy to site into lawns, sheltered flower beds, wooded glades or even in planters. Site out of prevailing winds in a warm spot. MAINTENANCE; the roof and base are Oak, Larch or similar durable timber so no preservatives should be used as it may be harmful to the ladybirds. Ladybird Food/Attractant could be used with the tower if necessary. Dimensions: H. 480mm with pole W. 110mm D. 110mm.£13.99
This new small double chambered insect habitat (top varying size canes - bottom solid bored timber) is ideal for hanging in a sheltered garden or house wall or orchard. This is a general insect habitat. The holes may be used by solitary bees such as Mason Bees or Leafcutter Bees, which are non aggressive and excellent for pollinating in the garden, helping to increase fruit yields. The durable roof and solid timber construction give excellent insulation for over wintering Ladybirds and Lacewings. Site using back hanger or central hanging chain if preferred in a sheltered spot, preferably to catch the morning sun. (H. 135mm W. 110mm D. 210mm).£14.99
This solid insect habitat provides space for many beneficial insects, including solitary bees (helping pollination and fruit yields) and is a well insulated over wintering space for ladybirds, lacewings etc (natural predators of Aphids in the season). Site in a sheltered spot near scented plants or a pond, ideally facing east, south/east to catch the morning sun. (H. 220mm W. 135mm D. 135mm).£24.99
With their lovely ginger-brown fur, long fur covered tails and deep black eyes, the dormouse is one of our most beautiful and intriguing small mammals. Sadly however, dormouse numbers are in steep decline. This unique dormouse house provides an ideal nesting habitat and is designed to accommodate their natural ball-shaped nests. The house is made from FSC timber and non toxic finishes. Locate the box in a quiet area on mature trees or thick hedgerows. Position the box about 1 - 1.5m high.£24.99
This natural habitat made from chunky FSC Certified Timber and natural log is an ideal habitat for Ladybirds and Lacewings. Both of these insects are valuable natural predators of garden pests like aphids and greenfly. Encouraging these insects will help reduce or eliminate chemical insecticide use in the garden. The internal chamber can be filled (through the viewing ports) with straw (Lacewings) or bark (Ladybirds and other insects) to provide valuable insulated over wintering space and summer retreat.£19.99
Our Wildlife World natural hedgehog house offers many practical benefits. Its heavy durable Oak Acacia timber construction provides excellent insulation and longevity and the rubber backed natural sea grass roof gives extra water protection. The timber floor is raised to keep out the damp. There is a 12" access tunnel which extends easily and hooks into place as well as a hinge and latched roof for inspection and cleaning of the internal chamber. SITING; This Hedgehog House is designed for above ground use. Choose a quiet position out of prevailing wind in an area with some cover. Insulation is provided by the thick wood and additional venting is not required. (H.350mm, W. 450mm, D.450mm, plus 300mm extending tunnel - Approx Weight: 13kg)£49.99
The Frog/Toad House provides a safe retreat and habitat for frogs and toads. Constructed from naturally durable larch/cedar/oak and hazel, it is dual chambered and features an integral reclaimed roof tile which forms the top of one chamber which is open to the soil and provides a cool sanctuary for toads. The other chamber has a timber floor and separate access door and provides drier accomodation. The house may provide an over wintering place for frogs as well as a safe retreat. The Frog/Toad House is important in providing safe space near a pond away from domestic dogs and cats. There are also many predators for frogs, so the home can help survival rates. 160 x 450 x 220 - 4.34KG£28.99
Delivery will normally be made within 3 working days from receipt of your order. Any problems relating to the product must be reported within 7 days from receipt of delivery. Any claim being made must be supported by your receipt of purchase.
*Some remote areas, (IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH49-50, PH30-44, PH49-50 & ZE) parts of the Highlands and Islands may be subject to an additional charge. If this is the case we will contact you with a price.