European leading wildlife product and habitat designers, Wildlife World, has introduced an eco-friendly bird feeder, the Eco Beacon, to its growing range of products for small birds.
Wildlife World has extensive knowledge of all species and their preferred nesting and feeding habits, and has applied this to the design and creation of all of its products.
The new Eco Beacon bird feeder is another example of this. Made from recycled ‘second life’ plastic, the Eco Beacon is kind to the planet and is designed and manufactured in the UK. An Eco Scoop is also available as an optional extra.
The Eco Beacon has been designed to be light and easy to hang from its integral hanging loop. It is filled through the swivel port on the roof and is suitable for sunflower hearts, seeds and kibbled nuts. The see through hopper allows food levels to be monitored and it comes in a mottled green design so it can blend in with its surroundings.
Norman Sellers, Managing Director at Wildlife World said: “At Wildlife World we offer a wide range of feeding tables and boxes, but before now we didn’t have anything like the Eco Beacon. The Eco Beacon is made from ‘second life’ plastic and is environmentally friendly, which shows our customers how dedicated we are to being kind to the planet.
He continued: “The design is an example of our quality manufacturing process, allowing us to providea wildlife accessory that not only helps garden birds but also helps the environment.”
The feeder, which is easy to clean with warm water or bird table cleaner, is just one of the new products that has been released by Wildlife World. A new premium bird food range has also been launched in three varieties, making it a great add-on to the Eco Beacon.
Wildlife World has a strong commitment to wildlife species and the environment, testing all of its products in-house to ensure that they are sustainable and safe for wildlife to use.
The Eco Beacon is available for just £7.50 and the Eco Scoop for £1.99, both including VAT. Both products are available from the company’s website.
Further information is available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the company’s website at www.wildlifeworld.co.uk