CODE: MI-06.07.19 > OUT OF STOCK IN STOCK
Saturday 6th July 10:30
Did you know that there are over 250 different species of bee in Britain and that a large proportion of them are solitary and nest underground? Greenwich Park offers a variety of habitats for solitary bees to nest in.
Join entomologist Claudia Watts for a walk through the park to look for different bee species and learn more about these beautiful and fascinating insects.
This walk 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.