New Wildlife habitats designed for city living

Making its debut at GLEE is Wildlife World?s new Urban/City range of bird boxes and insect habitats which mark a radical departure from its more traditionally designed products.?

As a world first, the new Urban/City range is an innovation from Wildlife World designed specifically for people who enjoy nature in an urban environment, yet have little outdoor space. The range is ideal for people living in apartments or who have balconies or outdoor roof space at their city homes.

There are four products in the Urban/City range, these being a bee and insect hotel; a bird nest box, a bird feeder table; and an insect winter home and summer refuge.

As with all Wildlife World products, these newly designed habitats have been exhaustively researched before bringing to market.? The company?s passion for not only nature, but also the environment is reflected in the materials which are used for the new range.? The boxes themselves are made from a patented composite material of 70% clay and 30% recycled plastic which is immensely strong with high environmental credentials.

Each of the products feature slide-in inserts made from FSC wood which as a natural material allows breathability and at the same time they are attractive geometric designs.

Designed to be mounted directly to a wall, the Urban/City range of bird boxes and insect habitats are finished in white and can be mounted ?square-on,? or for a more creative look can be mounted diagonally to present a diamond shape.?? There are also back plates available in colours to fit in with a building scheme.

Wildlife World?s Managing Director Norman Sellars comments, ?This is a very exciting move for us and takes us into new territory.? The range will have global reach as the product designs are to suit all international urban environments.?

Further information is available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing, or by visiting the company?s website at?

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