Just a few sentences on what makes Perdix perdix....
We live in the real world. Whether for farming, forestry, fisheries or recreation, we believe in the sustainable use and management of natural resources.
We work closely with organisations that conduct applied scientific research. It is their work that provides practical solutions to the challenges faced by wildlife. The development of our own brand products is guided by the results of this work.
Investing in our future
Only by being a sustainable and profitable business can we afford to invest in the research and development of new products that will help conserve and protect our wildlife now and into the future. Your purchases help us invest in research and development.
Conservation through innovation
We believe in harnessing the amazing possibilities of modern technology in wildlife management and conservation. Our innovative digital platform integrates with our physical products to provide our customers with unmatched possibilities.
Wherever possible, we use manufacturers within 25 miles of our HQ in Stratford upon Avon, England. This ensures high quality engineering and workmanship, supports local jobs and minimises the carbon footprint of our products.
We aim to provide our customers with products that offer genuine value for money. Designed and built better to last longer.
The three Rs
We understand the impact of waste on the environment. Therefore, we practice the three R's: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle throughout our business, from manufacturing to sales.
We are proud to be a small rural business that provides opportunities for local people of all ages and backgrounds.
Whether through volunteering, fundraising or sponsorship, we are proud to play an active role within our local rural community.
We believe that supporting the next generation of wildlife custodians and professionals is one of our most important responsibilities. Whether asked by local Young Farmers Club or a PhD candidate, we do our very best to help whenever we can.
Not surprisingly, we are particularly fond of grey partridges and the landscapes and habitats in which they live.