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More new products from Wildlife World at Glee
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More new products from Wildlife World at Glee

Glee is set to once again host a new range of products launched by UK-leading wildlife product designer and manufacturer, Wildlife World.


The company is expanding its current range significantly with many exciting new products, as well as several new items especially designed and created in partnership with some high profile organisations based in the UK.


2018 has seen the company launch a number of new products including several bird baths, feeders and its new The Pollinating Company Bee Nester.


Norman Sellers, Managing Director at Wildlife World commented, “We are really excited to be working on some great new designs. A number of new contracts have allowed us to create products that are different and innovative and stand out as some of the best in the market.”


The Pollinating Company Bee Nester has a built in moveable woodpecker and predator guard and comes ready to hang in your garden. The nester is designed so that the cardboard tubes can be replaced to extend nester life, and are the perfect size for mason, orchard and leafcutter bees.


The nester is hung in a sheltered spot near nectar plants and a water source and is the ideal place for the female bees to construct their egg cells, which develop into bee larvae and emerge in the spring. Once the nester is filled, the perforated lid can be used as a predator guard to protect the open ends of the cardboard nesting tubes during the winter months.



One of two new birdbaths being launched this year, the Shenstone Theatre bird bath and drinker was a finalist in this year’s GIMA awards and makes a perfect garden feature for birds, bees and wildlife.


The theatre step design provides safe drinking not just for birds but other pollinators and insects which like to sip from the shallow edges of pools. The bath comes with a short base section which raises it around 10cm above ground level. It is embossed around the bird bath rim with the opening lines from the well known verse from the W H Davies poem 'Leisure' .



Another bird bath heading to Glee this year is the Beachcomber Shell bird bath and drinker. The high quality blue glaze bird bath is frost resistant and provides vital water for birds, bees and other garden wildlife all year round for both drinking and bathing.


Visit Wildlife World on stand 20W50-X51 to find out more about its upcoming products and ongoing conservation work. 


Further information is available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing or by visiting the company’s website at


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