19 Dec 2017

Wildlife World, Building 2, Booth 4-713, Atlanta International Gift & Home Market 2018

Europe’s leading wildlife habitat product designers and manufacturers, Wildlife World is heading back to the Atlanta International Home & Gift Market next month.

The show will feature more than 9,000 brands across all categories, including gifts, home décor and furniture. Wildlife World has increased its recognition in the US over the last year and is increasing its capacity by working with some of the country’s largest retailers.

Wildlife World’s products are very popular in the US, especially its innovative range of mason bee nesters, butterfly houses, bird houses and feeders for wild birds. There will also be exciting new designs on display at the Atlanta Gift Show.

The new butterfly & moth house from the National Trust line is being launched at the Atlanta Gift Show. Beautifully made in FSC naturally durable timber, this house is both an overwintering habitat and a feeder. The door can be easily opened to fill the internal space with bark twigs or other natural materials. With door open there are two small feed cups that can be filled with sugar water. The feeder is most effective in late summer and autumn when natural food is scarce.

Other items that will be displayed at the show include the Urban Bee Nester. The outer shell is made from Clayplas+ which is a composite material of 70% clay and 30% recycled plastics which is very durable and comes with a 10-year materials guarantee.

Wildlife World will also be showcasing some of its spring products and new designs at the Atlanta Gift Show. The popular 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/mason bees.

Other Wildlife World products on display include giant roosting pockets for birds. Designed for small birds, the cosy roosting spaces can be a life saver for garden birds during harsh weather conditions. Without somewhere to shelter, birds will use up vital energy reserves just trying to keep warm and if food is also scarce this can become critical for their survival.

The final product is the ceramic Petal Cup feeder. The feeders are for wild birds and come with a ground spike suitable for flower beds, lawns, wildlife gardens, pots or planters. The feeder is available in red, yellow or blue, has a drainage hole, and is made from a ceramic material so it is ideal for all weather conditions.

Wildlife World’s products make great gifts for all ages, providing many interactive and educational products such as the solitary bee nester and Biomes. 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