Talks resume, online by zoom, on Thursday 4th February at 7:30 p.m.
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The first talk, on 4th February, is “Bees, bee conservation and bee roads” by Rosie Bleet
11th February: “Monitoring bats at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden” by Chantal Helm
18th February: “Kings College wildflower meadow” by Cicely Marshall
25th February: “Botanical explorations of Haiti” by Paul Hoxey
Speakers for talks in March are still being finalised.
It is currently intended that CNHS outdoor events will go ahead when they are again permitted by the Government. When they do, advance booking will be required for all meetings to ensure that numbers are restricted to the allowed limit. The first might be the visit to Trumpington Meadows on 14th March which is part of the CNHS field studies for 2021.