17 Jan 2017

Wildlife World, the innovators and leaders in wildlife conservation products, will be exhibiting again at this year’s Spring Fair in February 2017. Spring Fair is the top gift and home trade show for the retail industry, and Wildlife World will showcase some of its newest products which make ideal gifts for wildlife lovers.

At the forefront of new products is the company’s award-winning robin nester by British television presenter, Simon King. Likely to be a focal point of Wildlife World’s stand, Simon King designed the nester to reflect the preferred habitat of robins with an open fronted nesting spot.

Other wildlife products to be showcased include Wildlife World’s Dewdrop range. Available as a Bird nest box, Bird Feeder, Moth & Insect Habitat or Bee & Bug home, the Dewdrop range moves away from more traditional designs and takes the shape of a teardrop. The company’s newest addition to the collection is the Dewdrop Window Feeder, a transparent design which allows nature lovers to easily watch small birds perching on the box whilst feeding. 

The company’s award-winning biomes range will also be on display, including its popular Bee & Bug biome for over-wintering habitats.  Wildlife World’s new and distinctive Solar Night feeder for mammals will also be showcased, a feeding habitat for garden species with a Perspex archway to help keep food drier for longer by preventing rotting.

Wildlife World’s colourful New England Bird Nest box, available in pastel pink, lemon, blue and green, are based on New England beach huts making them a fun addition to any garden. The company’s new Ceramic Petal Feeders will also be launched at the show, a colour cup feeder with decorative petals and a ground spike, designed to be placed in flower borders, lawns, wildlife gardens, pots or planters.

More traditional products designed by Wildlife World will be exhibited at the fair, such as the robin teapot nester, made from frost resistant hi fired ceramic and available in a colourful gift carton. The Dovecote nestbox, another traditional design, has rustic charm and a teardrop pattern shingle roof, making a perfect gift for bird enthusiasts.

Helping to arrest the decline in hedgehog numbers, Wildlife World will debut its newest hedgehog habitat, the Hedgehog Haus. The brushwood shelter has a wooden entrance door to protect the mammals from predators and the house is delivered in a hedgehog decorated gift box. Wildlife World’s Hedgehog care pack will also be featured, containing a hedgehog shelter, Meaty Feast hedgehog food and a hedgehog care guide.

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. More about Wildlife World’s range of products and its commitment to the conservation of species will be found on its stand at the Spring Fair.

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