About Us

UK Wildlife Cameras are an independent company, run by wildlife lovers, for wildlife lovers. We supply high quality observation equipment to private individuals, schools, universities, zoos and other organisations.

We're passionate about what we do. Since around 2010, we've helped hundreds of clients discover the joys of nature. We've shared in the magic - from children watching eggs hatch, to professionals capturing rare footage.

Bring nature closer

The primary objective of UK Wildlife Cameras is to bring nature closer to you. Observing small animals and birds is a fun and rewarding hobby. We aim to give you the best possible experience with exceptional products and a first-rate service.

Our complete range of bird-box, trail and inspection cameras, allow you to see and hear animals day and night. Our team are friendly and knowledgeable, there to assist you with the technical aspect. No matter what your query or question, it's our pleasure to help.


Our products

All our products are safe, legal and wildlife-friendly. Our bird houses are designed in accordance with expert guidelines: made from FSC timber to the optimum dimensions, with good ventilation, and coated in natural beeswax for protection. The camera set-up is proven not to interfere with the nesting process.

Our photography equipment is designed specifically for wildlife observation. We use trusted manufacturers and offer with long warranties for your peace of mind. Every product is individually tested before dispatch to ensure it's in perfect working order before it reaches you. If there's anything you're not satisfied with, we offer a 30 day no quibble money-back guarantee.

We work hard to provide consumers with the information they need to watch wildlife responsibility. You'll find comprehensive guides on our website and if there's anything you're unsure of, we offer full support. Contact us

Britain's wildlife needs us

In the UK, climate change and the destruction of habitats poses a major threat to birds and small animals. We are committed to raising awareness about these issues. Between 1979 and 2012, bird populations have fallen dramatically:

  • Starlings have declined 80%
  • House sparrow numbers have fallen 58%
  • Robins have decreased 32%

Shelter and food is scarce for many species in the Winter months. Spring and Summer can be equally challenging as birds struggle to find safe places to nest and rear their young.

We believe that home owners can make a big difference to dwindling populations. Private gardens in the UK cover approximately 270,000 hectares. This can provide a much needed haven for birds, hedgehogs, rabbits, squirrels, bats.

By encouraging animals into our gardens, we can make a real difference. Our nest boxes and feeders provide a safe habitat for birds and bats. But there are lots more ways to help, such as introducing certain plants or water - read the BBC's guide.