Wildlife Products

Wildlife products

Wildlife products from Kennedy wild bird food.

We all love to attract Britain’s best birds to our gardens. But there is also other wildlife that pay our outdoor spaces a visit too. Badgers, squirrels, foxes and hedgehogs are often seen near our homes. Making sure they feel welcome is very important for conservation efforts.

Take a look at some of our top wildlife feeds and homes and start turning your garden into a wildlife friendly haven.

What wildlife would you like to attract your garden?

  • Hedgehogs
  • Squirrels
  • Nestlings and Fledglings
  • Bees
  • Bats

Hedgehogs

As their name suggests, hedgehogs love to hide in the leafy undergrowth of hedges. Even if you don’t have hedges in your garden you can still attract hedgehogs by leaving some shrubby areas in the corners of your garden and cutting a small hole in your fence for easy access.

Our cosy nest boxes are specially designed to appeal to hedgehog’s nocturnal instincts. Try placing one in a shady, undisturbed spot, surrounded by piles of leaves. Hedgehogs need extra calories to prepare for hibernation. Why not leave out some protein rich meal worms for a tasty midnight feast.

Squirrels

Squirrels are acrobatic opportunists when it comes to sneaking food from our feathered friends. As many bird lovers know, they often find ingenious ways of breaking into bird feeders. To keep the peace in your garden make sure you have separate feeding stations.

Squirrels especially enjoy peanuts in shells and sunflower seeds.

Scatter them on trays to tempt them away from bothering your garden birds.

 

Nestlings and Fledglings

There’s nothing better than watching your favourite birds raise a family in your own garden. All birds nest differently. Robins like open boxes, whereas blue tits need a fully contained box with a small opening. We have a full range of nest boxes to accommodate a wide variety of birds and help make them feel at home.

Bees

Attracting pollinators to your garden encourages biodiversity and helps keep your garden flowering year on year. Not only do bees pollinate much of our native flora, they are also responsible for about one-third of our daily diet! While there are about 20,000 different species of bees recent studies have shown that a third of British wild bees and hoverflies are in decline.

Why not help encourage bees into your garden by setting up a bee hut in a quiet spot. It’s important that they rest safely through winter so they can store up the energy needed to pollinate our fruits, vegetables and flowers come spring.

Bats

Bats are surprisingly helpful garden visitors. They eat many garden pests such as mosquitoes midges, caterpillars, moths, gnats, and large flying beetles. Their dung also makes an excellent garden fertilizer that’s rich in phosphorous and nitrogen. Despite their somewhat fearsome reputation, they are naturally shy of humans and being nocturnal are only glimpsed come dusk. Sadly, bat populations have declined considerably in the UK over the last century.

Why not introduce bats into your garden by providing them with a specifically designed bat box suited to their needs.

 

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Finest quality bird
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Our large range of wild bird seed mixes meet all of your wild bird needs. Our pricing is very competitive, and we also offer free next day delivery.

Our mixed bird seeds are the result of 20 years of continuous research, meaning we have some of the best quality mixes on the market. They meet all of the essential bird feeding requirements and are perfect for all year bird feeding.

Other offers

Our wild bird seed mixes are best fed from a feeder, scattered on a bird table or on the ground. We offer some great value bird seed feeders, which you can check out here.

Our range includes No Grow Bird Seed, High Energy Mixture and a Ground Feed Mixture.

Buy from our most popular range!