Invertebrates and trees

CODE: MI-19.06.19 > OUT OF STOCK IN STOCK

Wednesday 19th June 6.30pm - 8 pm

Join our resident arboriculturist, on a wander through Kensington Gardens.

Our expert guide will discuss the importance of trees to invertebrate ecology and vice versa the importance of invertebrates to tree ecology. Focusing on the role of deadwood, fungi and pollinating plants. Learn how The Royal Parks work to manage these landscapes to promote biodiversity, whilst looking at some interesting and unique trees.


This event is part of Mission: Invertebrate, a Royal Parks Project that aims to further understand, celebrate and protect the invertebrates that are in our parks and beyond! Find out more about us here: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/get-involved/missioninvertebrate

This event is suitable for over 18's only.

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