Bee and Botany Walk - 19 March

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19 March


Kensington Gardens

Would you like to find out about some of the pollinator-friendly species of plants in the Royal Parks, and the bees which rely on them?

Join us for a 90-minute guided walk to discover the beautiful bees and brilliant botany of the parks!

At this time of year, we will be on the lookout for Queen Bumblebees and some of our early emerging solitary bees. We will also learn some basic botany to help with spotting signs of spring and identifying the plants and trees which support pollinators throughout the year. 

If you've ever wondered what happens to bees in the winter, pondered where they nest, or would like top tips for identifying one bee or flower from another, then this walk is for you.

This walk is part of the Help Nature Thrive project and is made free thanks to the wonderful players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

For more information please contact the Help Nature Thrive team on

Thanks to the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, we are also launching a new citizen science project. Throughout 2024, The Royal Parks is conducting research on the park’s bee's and we are inviting you to get stuck in with us! If you’d like to become a citizen scientist and help us with our bee surveys, please see here.

 Please note - You don’t need to attend the walk to volunteer on the project and attending the walk isn’t a commitment to volunteer.

The Royal Parks charity provides 5,000 acres of urban green respite in the centre of our bustling capital city. If you value your Royal Parks, please consider making a gift. It will make all the difference to their future.

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