14 Apr 2016

Europe’s leading wildlife habitat product designers and manufacturers, Wildlife World, is returning to exhibit at The National Hardware Show in Las Vegas this May.

Last year, the UK based company exhibited at the show for the very first time after a successful period of distribution in the U.S. market. Since the 2015 show, Wildlife World has started working with more major department stores and distributors in the States to offer a wide range of the company’s products for birds, bees, amphibians and other favourite garden species.

The National Hardware Show is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, hosting over 2,500 exhibitors across 15 major product categories, including garden and outdoor living, plumbing and electrical and pet products to name a few. The event gives merchants the opportunity to meet and connect with the people behind the popular brands, who will be introducing their latest innovations to the market.

James Allan, Commercial Manager at Wildlife World UK commented, “We are delighted to be exhibiting at The National Hardware Show again this year. We had a very productive show last year and we were honoured to have had the opportunity to meet with some great companies from across the world. This past twelve months we have partnered with more distributors across the U.S. which has helped us to grow our customer base and we are very much looking forward to getting out there and showing the U.S. more of what we have to offer.”

At the show, Wildlife World will be presenting its growing range of beneficial habitats for solitary bees. Each of the company’s products for this harmless species has been specially designed to help and encourage the conservation of solitary bees, which are rapidly declining in population due to lack of natural, safe habitats. Common solitary bee species such as the Mason Bee, Leafcutter Bee and Carpenter Bees, are all known to have specific nesting preferences using small holes in trees and other wooden fences. With this knowledge, Wildlife World has creatively designed a range of habitats that replicate these particular habitats to offer nesting channels to accommodate a large number of solitary bees.

The Solitary Beehive, one of Wildlife World’s bestselling products for the species, will be on display at the show to demonstrate its uses and benefits to the species, and to show how it can easily be incorporated into any garden to help promote vital pollination activities. The discreet wooden box is an original design by the company and offers several removable trays to allow users to inspect and clean each of the nesting channels. Created using sustainable materials, including FSC timber and water based sealants, the Solitary Beehive is one of the safest products for these bees on the market as it does not expose them to any harmful or toxic materials.

Other products for solitary bees and other beneficial insects, including the Urban Bee Nester, part of Wildlife World’s award-winning innovative Urban range of products for birds, bees and insects, as well as other bee and bug biomes which will be on display on the company’s stand.

Wildlife World’s latest creation, the Archway Ground Bird Feeder, will also be on the stand as part of the company’s wide range of bird feeding products. Introduced to the UK and European markets early this year, the Archway Ground Feeder is perfect for small garden birds such as dunnocks, robins and blackbirds, which prefer to feed from the ground rather than hanging or standing bird tables and feeders. The easy-to-make feeder has a stainless steel food tray, covered with a clear Perspex arch to keep the food dry, whilst offering an unobstructed view of the birds feeding.

More of the Wildlife World’s wide range of wonderful garden gifts and products for bees, birds and other wildlife species will be on display at the show, including its range of attractive nest boxes, amphibian and mammal houses and safe insect habitats. The company’s team of experienced wildlife experts will be available to discuss the many benefits of its product range and how they can be used for the conservation of each species.

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

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