Wildlife Houses, Insect Houses & Bat Boxes
Give your local bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and other animals and insects a place to find sanctuary in your garden by purchasing wildlife houses. Our extensive range of houses for wildlife and insects ensures you can give nature's little friends a sanctuary when the suburbs creep into their woodland neighbourhood. We offer a 30-day returns policy to ensure you're just as happy as the creatures you're protecting.Wildlife Food Mixes | Wildlife & Insect Houses | Hedgehog Food & Houses | Bee Care & Houses | Chicken Feed | Pond Fish Food | Squirrel Food & Feeders
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- Hogilo Hedgehog Home23 reviews
Tom Chambers Bee Honeycomb2 reviews
- 4.5652173913043 out of 5
- David Harris
- Sustainable A lovely product. Well made and sustainable
Wildlife World Barn Hedgehog HouseNo reviewsWildlife World Hedgehog Dome HomeNo reviewsWildlife World Hedgehog RetreatNo reviewsHedgehog Haus4 reviews
- 5 out of 5
- Kate Howard
- Not sure if anything has had a look at it bout here’s hoping.
Wildlife World Ladybird TowerNo reviewsOut of stockWildlife World Solitary Bee Hive6 reviews
- 5 out of 5
- Hedgehog box good value Just what our local hedgehogs are looking for.
Out of stockSquirrel snack box7 reviews
- 4.8333333333333 out of 5
- Top quality, good size, carefully put together...a nice change from disappointing products bought elsewhere.
Out of stock
- 4.5714285714286 out of 5
- Louise S
- Squirrels figured it out in minutes. We did have to nail a piece of wood in front of the perspex, though, as the pigeons figured out how to lift it up at the base with their beaks, to get at the contents.