Europe’s leading designer and manufacturer of wildlife products is heading to America for the very first time to exhibit at the National Hardware Show. Based in Gloucestershire, UK, Wildlife World has distributed its products for many years to the American market which has built them a widespread customer base across the States.
Wildlife World offers innovative and sustainable products for a large range of wildlife species and will be displaying a variety of its products for birds, bees and amphibians at the show.
The National Hardware Show is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre at the beginning of May 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, Marketing Manager at Wildlife World UK, commented, “It is really exciting for us to be exhibiting at the National Hardware Show for the very first time. Over the years our customer-base has expanded rapidly to include the American market and we are very much looking forward to going out there and showing them more of what we have to offer.”
Wildlife World will be introducing to its visitors a range of its products, including the award winning Urban Bird Feeder along with the rest of the contemporary and stylish range, including a bird nest box, insect hotel and bee nester. The Urban Bird Feeder has recently won the European Consumer’s Choice award for its innovative design and ease of use.
Designed for those living in cities with very little outdoor space or in an apartment with a balcony, the Urban City range encourages wildlife to feed and provides habitats where natural resources may not be available. As with all of Wildlife Worlds products, the Urban City range reflects the company’s environmental ethics as it is constructed using the sustainable Clayplas+ material, a composite material comprising clay and recycled plastic.
James Allan commented again, “We understood that some wildlife products are too large for urban gardens which inspired us to create a product range that can be used specifically for these areas. The Urban City range has proven very popular in Europe and we feel confident that it will be equally accepted in the US. It is definitely an attractive range and can be used in gardens of any shape or size.”
Other bird boxes and feeders will be available for visitors to explore on Wildlife World’s stand, as well as many of its products for solitary bees and amphibians. The company has used FSC certified, sustainable timber to create a number of habitats for the harmless species, including the popular Kinsman and Solitary beehives and a range of pollinator houses.
Wildlife World’s habitats for amphibians include its Frogilo and Frogitat frog and toad houses. The discreet, ceramic shelters provide valuable protection to frogs, toads and other amphibians from predators and have been designed to offer a habitat suitable for all weather conditions.
Operating from a local farm in rural Gloucestershire, the company hand-craft and test each of its products to ensure that all species gain the fullest benefit from the design, before releasing it to the market. Its commitment to the environment and research into its products has gained Wildlife World an excellent reputation as one of Europe’s market leaders, with hopes to extend this into the US.