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Free Wildlife Guide

Free Wildlife Guide

  • Tips & advice from our own wildlife experts
  • High quality products for your garden
  • Everything you need to know about bird feeding
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Quality wild bird food and much more…

CJ Wildlife offer a wide variety of high-quality products for garden birds, hedgehogs, squirrels, bats and insects.

All our products are delivered direct to your door to help you create the perfect wildlife garden, from bird food and wildlife friendly perennial plants to informative books and identification charts. For more information, visit the About Us page.

The majority of our wild bird foods and wildlife foods are packed at our Shropshire farm including Sunflower Hearts, Peanuts and Nyjer Seed. We also manufacture our own bird seed mixes, such as our Hi-Energy No Mess, using only the highest quality ingredients.

In addition to our foods, we also manufacture and supply our own nest boxes/bird boxes, hedgehog houses, squirrel houses and frog bunkers, as well as insect habitats and bat boxes. Wherever possible, our wooden products are manufactured using FSC® certified wood.

We offer free next day delivery on all orders over £25 and only £3.25 for orders below this. All of our products have a 14 day returns policy. We have a wide range of multi-buy and bulk buy discounts across our range, so you can order more for less.


Featured News

  • Working with the National Trust

    We are delighted to be collaborating with the National Trust to protect British wildlife with contributions that will help fund the charity’s conservation projects, and also encourage people to enjoy and spend time with nature through our exclusive collection of wildlife products. Read more about the collaboration here.

  • Urban Bird Feeding

    We are delighted to be working with The Urban Birder - David Lindo, to help inspire more people to transform their urban outdoor spaces into thriving bird feeding havens. Our collaboration will show how any and every garden can attract and care for wild birds, and how pleasurable and beneficial this can be to our daily lives. Read David's most recent blog here.

  • Getting Started Guide

    Whether you are just starting out, want advise on what to choose or need some inspiration, we hope the information below will come in handy. It's the perfect time to get everyone in the house involved in nature, and we have some specific ideas for children.