Wildlife World returns to Spring Fair in February 2018

Spring Fair is set to once again host a new range of products launched by UK leading wildlife product designer and manufacturer, Wildlife World.

The company is expanding its current range significantly with many exciting new products, as well as several new items especially designed and created in partnership with wildlife author and TV presenter, Simon King OBE. These products carry Wildlife World?s ?Simon King? brand.

At the show, the company will be showing many new products including the award-winning Dewdrop Wildbird Window Feeder and a new premium National Trust range.

Norman Sellers, Managing Director at Wildlife World commented, ?We are really excited to be working with both Simon King and with the National Trust to create some great new designs. This has allowed us to create products that are different to our usual collection and that are innovative and some of the best in the market.?

A number of Wildlife World?s best-selling and recently released products for birds, bees, bugs, amphibians and hedgehogs are also on display at the show. Since last year?s Spring Fair, Wildlife World has introduced many new products to the market including a premium range of high quality multi-purpose bird food for garden birds and a line of nesters under the Simon King brand.

Wildlife World is proud to have won two accolades for its products in 2017. Its Simon King Brushwood Robin Nester was awarded the Best New Retail Product (Wildlife) at the 2017 Garden Retail Awards held by Horticulture Week and the Dewdrop Wildbird Window Feeder won Best New Product at the 2017 GLEE Awards.

Addressing the ongoing decline in hedgehog numbers, Wildlife World will be showing its popular hedgehog houses and accessories. Designed to encourage the much needed breeding of hedgehogs, the products provide a safe haven for hedgehogs to shelter with a small entrance to ensure that they are protected from both cold weather conditions and 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.

Visit Wildlife World in Hall 5, Stand 5E43 to find out more about their upcoming products and work with Simon King.


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  1. It is great to see companies working with wildlife bodies to help address the massive decline of hedgehogs in the UK. It is a very worthwhile cause as outlines in this nice visual –

    If more in the garden community took up this cause we might just save these small mammals for future generations to enjoy.

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