Field practice sessions for bumblebee identification great for beginners or as a refresher. Come and join the Making a Buzz for the Coast team and gain bumblebee identification skills! Learn how to identify bumblebees out in the field, perfect for BeeWalkers or keen wildlife watchers! Please contact the Making a buzz for the Coast team for location information and to book: Rosie.Earwaker@kentwildlife.org.uk
All welcome – training and equipment is provided on the day and no previous experience required.
Free event – no need to book on, just turn up.
With our friends from the Peak District National Park, we will be running fun family activities to discover all about the Peak District’s iconic Bilberry bumblebee – why she’s a secret superhero and what we can do to help look after her.
Please note: there is no parking available at the Visitor Centre, but a large pay and display car park is available at the entrance to the village – Edale Village Hall Car Park Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZL. Assistance dogs only.
Contact email@example.com or call 07525 115724 for more details
A brilliant family event, free to attend and booking is essential!
Want to learn more about how to create bee-friendly gardens? Come and join the Making a Buzz for the Coast team and make your own seed balls to take away, each will be packed with a bumblebees favourite flowers.
Suitable for children 5+ and all children must be accompanied by an adult
Free tickets available at the Library, limited availability! Email the team for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a closer look at the anatomy and distinguishing features of bumblebees within this advanced identification course. This is an indoor event using microscopy to identify bumblebee caste and species. Come and join the team plus the brilliant Dr Richard Comont for a unique opportunity to take an in-depth look at one of the most iconic insects.
Booking essential please email email@example.com to book your space.
Field practice sessions for bumblebee identification. Learn how to identify bumblebees out in the field, perfect for BeeWalkers or keen wildlife watchers! Please contact Rosie to book: Rosie.Earwaker@buglife.org.uk
All welcome – training and equipment is provided on the day and no previous experience required. Two sessions held at:
- Monday 15 April 14:00 – 16:00, Rainham Marshes, Essex
- Tuesday 11 June 14:00 – 16:00, Canvey Wick, Essex
Drop in – no booking required.
Join us – Making a Buzz for the Coast for a bumblebee safari on the beautiful Isle of Sheppey! Find out more about bumblebees, why they are becoming rare and why Kent is so important. You will find out where bumblebees live and what flowers are their favourites. You will also have an opportunity to take a look at the bumblebees up close!
A brilliant event for the whole family and all ages! – Children attending should must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Email the team for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org