Wildlife World

The Pollinating Bee Nester Case of 9

Reviews (3.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Perfect Mother's Day gift

5/28/2019 by Colleen

My mother just planted a pollinator garden and this gift was the perfect contribution to finishing up that space.
She loves it!


bee house

4/16/2019 by James

It is a good design and very well made and at a great price



2/17/2019 by Paige

Great idea and easy to install


Not worth the price

12/23/2018 by Jake

I thought this was a cool idea, but I was disappointed by the size, and quality. My fault for not checking the dimensions, but the thing is just a tim can with some cardboard straws inside. For the price, I expected better quality.


Pollinating Bee Nester

12/4/2018 by Robin

Well I purchased 2 of these thinking I'll give them to my daughters for Christmas. I'm not going to give them out. ..i'm kind of disappointed in the size, actual item itself n I qd hoping for instructions. Like where do u or how do u replace the tubes inside.
I will have to wait till summer when I put now my Nester outside.
PLEASE PLEASE read n reread the description. Measure the size which I always do. N one more thing, in the picture the tubes inside look like maybe something other than hard cardboard right? Well, it's not.
Be safe n Merry Christmas..

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The Wildlife World Story

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Backyard Oasis

The folks at Wildlife World put a lot of thought and care into beautifully designed structures that will attract beneficial insects and animals into your local ecology. They tested out everything from bat boxes to butterfly habitats in a 35-acre farm in the UK. Each one is sustainably built, with timber that’s FSC certified and sourced from well-managed forests and other elements (like plastic or metal) that’s recycled.

Along with bird feeders and bird baths, these habitats help provide learning opportunities, too. Scientific concepts like “pollination” and “the food chain” are way less
abstract when you can see them come to life in your own yard. Read More Read Less