Talks restart 4th February

The spring programme of talks restarts on Thursday 4th February with a presentation on Bees, bee conservation and bee roads.

Bee roads: a flowery road verge

Rosie Bleet is Kent Wildlife Trust’s Pollinator Lead and she will introduce you to the diverse bee fauna of the UK, highlighting some species that you may encounter. She will talk about the “Bee Roads” project, working to restore and reconnect habitat for bees on road verges in north Kent.

Talks this term will be presented by zoom and will start at 7:30 p.m.

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Poster for the talk.