Invertebrates & Trees of Kensington Gardens - 10 September 2022

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Saturday 

10 September

12:00 - 14:00 

You might guess that many invertebrates live in trees, but did you know that there are more than 2,000 invertebrate species in Britain which depend on decaying wood? 

Join tree expert Greg Packman for our walk and talk about how trees provide essential habitat for an array of insects, spiders, molluscs and worms. Explore the amazing trees of Kensington Gardens, and discover the invertebrate biodiversity found here, right in the centre of London! 

Find out how invertebrates hide in all sorts of places on a tree, from the tips of leaves to the middle of rotting trunks, and how you can create better habitat for invertebrates at home.

For more information on eligibility and how to book please call or email Chelsea Collison on 0300 061 2255 or ccollison@royalparks.org.uk.

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