Glee 2014 is to be the stage for the launch of no less than 10 new products from Wildlife World, one of the leaders in wildlife conservation products.
Making its debut at Glee is the company?s new Urban/ City range of bird boxes and feeders which mark a radical departure from its more traditionally designed products. Wildlife World Managing Director, Norman Sellers comments, ?This 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?.
The full Urban/ City range will be on display on Wildlife World?s stand at Glee.
Amongst the new products on display are the latest developments to Wildlife World?s education range including the Insect Pyramid Hotel, a 1.2 metre tall wooden structure specially designed for indoor and outdoor use. The educational products allow children to have an interactive and fun learning experience by getting directly involved with wildlife. Providing habitats for various minibeasts including beneficial lacewings and solitary bees, there are also easily adapted nesting boxes to suit a wide range of birds with built in cameras for surveillance. ?Birdy Bites? fun kits for kids are also available to encourage children?s interest in bird life containing a make your own bird feed mix and feed log, pine cones and hanging rope.
Also to be launched at Glee to support the retail trade in educating customers on Wildlife World products will be a brand new state of the art bee and butterfly promotional display. Designed for garden centres and leisure retailers, this interactional retail display incorporates sounds, video, carries links, and allows garden centres, for instance, to create their own displays of appropriate plants which attract bees and butterflies, as well as promoting the Wildlife World range of bee and butterfly homes.
All of these products and many more from the extensive Wildlife World range can be explored on the company?s stand 18L50 at Glee.