At WildThings, the protection and care of wildlife is at the heart of what we do.
A consumer favourite for 15 years, WildThings creates nutritious foods that are ideally balanced to supplement the natural diet of wild garden visitors. Caring for native wildlife is as important as feeding pets at WildThings – and many people share that belief.
All WildThings foods are produced to ensure they provide a convenient and economical way of supporting wildlife, whilst also taking into consideration the wider positive environmental impact feeding these foods may have.
Our range consists of:
WildThings Swan & Duck Food
A small, dry pellet that floats on water, remaining accessible on the surface of the water for much longer. While providing the much needed nutrition for your local wildfowl, WildThings Swan & Duck Food also helps prevent the pollution caused when un-eaten food sinks to the bottom of the lake and rots. Carbohydrate-rich foods, such as bread, can seriously harm the health of Wildfowl, increasing the risk of deformity, disease and malnutrition. WildThings Swan & Duck Food is an environmentally friendly and wholesome alternative. It is also extremely tasty, so you will quickly become the most popular person at the lake!
WildThings Badger & Fox Food
A specially formulated blend of meat, protein, carbohydrates and fats, with added vitamins and minerals. The crunchy, tasty pellets promote good dental health and are the perfect size for foxes and badgers to enjoy. WildThings Badger & Fox Food, together with a dish of water, provides the perfect addition to nature’s fare and is best placed in a quiet corner of your garden each evening. Animals quickly learn where to be and at what time, and will soon become regular visitors.
WildThings Hedgehog Food
A selected blend of black soldier fly larvae, dried fruit and crunchy nuggets that hedgehogs love but cats and dogs don’t! A convenient and economical way of supporting your garden’s wildlife, WildThings Hedgehog Food, together with a dish of water, provides the perfect addition to nature’s fare. Best placed in a quiet corner of your garden each evening, hedgehogs will quickly learn where to be and at what time, and will soon become regular visitors.