18 Dec 2015

Spring Fair 2016 will be the debut for many new products from Wildlife World, the innovators and leaders in wildlife conservation products.

At the forefront of the new introductions are three products which are likely to be the focus of attention on the company’s stand.  Adding to the garden birds product range is the new Archway Ground Feeder, an attractive bird feeder with a long clear arch to keep bird food dry and for a clear view of the garden visitors.  Known for its wide range of insect hotels, Wildlife World is launching a new Nine Room Insect Hotel at Spring Fair, this allowing different selections of material for habitat for each of the nine rooms for insects, making it a fascinating insect home in the garden.

A brand new product in the bat box range is the new Vincent Pro Bat Box, the design of which has been tried and tested in conjunction with the Vincent Wildlife Trust which has been pioneering mammal conservation for 40 years.  The Bat Box has three vertical chambers of varying size and temperature zones suiting at least 7 species of bat.

The new wildlife habitat will join a host of products for all manner of species from Wildlife World, from bees, butterflies and ladybirds, to dormice, frogs and hedgehogs.  The company’s award winning range of biomes will also be on display including its popular Bee & Bug biome for over-wintering habitats.  All of these include a pack of native wildflower seeds to allow the creation of a wildlife garden appropriate for the species, plus a laminated species guide.

Wildlife World is proud to have won two accolades for its products in 2015.  Its innovative Urban Range of bird boxes and feeders specially designed for city living which has only been on the market for 12 months won the European Consumer Choice award for 2015, the second year running that the company has achieved this.  Also, its colourful New England Bird Nest Box walked away with the Telegraph’s vote as one of the best ‘Garden Buys’ at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show in 2015.

This year has also seen from Wildlife World, the introduction of its Supersize products which will be on show for the first time at Spring Fair 2016.  Standing 1.5 metres tall, there is a Giant Bee and Bug Biome and a Giant Solitary Bee Hive, and Giant Pyramid Insect Hotel, all of which are designed to act as a focal point feature outside retail stores and garden centres, so as to draw more customers in.

Helping to arrest the decline in hedgehog numbers, Wildlife World will be showing its most popular product, the Hedgehog Igloo.  Designed to encourage the much needed breeding of hedgehogs, the wicker igloo is the largest in the range and provides a safe haven for hedgehogs to shelter with a small entrance ensuring that these small mammals are protected from predators.

Wildlife World has a strong commitment to wildlife species and the environment and designs and tests all of its products in-house to ensure that they are sustainable and safe for wildlife to use. The company creates each product using environmentally-friendly materials, including FSC certified timber, recycled plastics and water-based paints so that wildlife cannot be harmed from using its new feeder or habitat.

Further information is available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing or by visiting the company’s website at