Wildlife World debuts at Atlanta Home and Gift Show

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Europe?s leading wildlife habitat product designers and manufacturers, Wildlife World, is making its debut at the Atlanta International Home & Gift Market in January 2017.

The show will feature over 7,200 brands in all areas of gifts, home d?cor and furniture. Wildlife World has increased its recognition in the US over the last year, working with some of the largest retailers and distributors including the Kinsman company based in Pennsylvania.

Wildlife World has extended its range with exciting new products that feature innovative designs and attractive alternatives to conventional wildlife products. A wide range of its products will be displayed on the company?s stand at the Atlanta Gift Show, including its award winning Robin Nester by British Television presenter and cameraman, Simon King.

The Brushwood Robin Nester is one of many new products within the Simon King Wildlife World range. Simon King?s specialism in nature documentaries facilitated the design, which reflects the preferred habitat of robins with an open fronted nesting spot. The brushwood finish allows the nest to be hidden easily, but is also an impressive focal point in the garden.

Other wild bird products will be displayed at the show, including Wildlife World?s new Dewdrop Window Feeder. This attractive design is transparent, allowing nature-lovers to easily watch small birds perch on the box whilst feeding. The clear moulded perspex allows observation of birds from all angles, and is easy to secure to the window with two heavy suction pads.

Wildlife World will also be showcasing some of its Spring products at the Atlanta Gift Show. The Interactive Solitary Beehive is both a working habitat for the species and a great, high quality product for observing the nesting habits and lifecycle of solitary bees.

Further new Wildlife World products will appear at the show, including the Biomes range. The collection provides complete environments for wildlife, including a triple action bird box, butterfly habitat and bee and bug home. The triple action bird box is multi-functional for garden birds, used as a small bird nest box which alternates into open-fronted nesting for robins and wrens. Out of season, this can be converted into a feeder by removing the additional front panel.

Another of Wildlife World?s Biomes products is the Butterfly habitat and feeder. The Biome provides a summer house butterfly feeder and nectar feeding tray folded down to allow butterfly food and fruit to be served. In the winter, the tray can be folded up to make a cosy over-wintering home for non-migratory butterflies.

The final product in the new Biomes range is the Bee and Bug Biome. The biome is designed for solitary bees which are essential pollinators in addition to ladybirds and lacewings which are natural predators of aphids. Its design makes a colourful gift for gardeners and nature-lovers alike.

Wildlife World?s products make great gifts for all ages, providing many interactive and educational products such as the solitary bee nester and Biomes. All products are ready made, not requiring assembly. More about Wildlife World?s range of products and its commitment to the conservation of species will be found on its stand at the Atlanta Gift Show.

Further information is available from Wildlife World on +44 1666 505333, by emailing david@wildlifeworld.co.uk or by visiting the company?s website at www.wildlifeworld.co.uk

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