Bumblebee identification course

29 June 2019

Learn the basics of identifying bumblebee species on this one-day course and gain all the skills you'll need to carry out a BeeWalk survey.

This one-day course offers an introduction to bee identification with a focus on bumblebees. Learn about bumblebee ecology, the basics of recognising bees and how to identify eight common bumblebee species. Gain all the skills needed to carry out a BeeWalk including planning a transect and recording and submitting your results.

What is a BeeWalk?

BeeWalk is a national recording scheme run by the Bumblebee Conservation Trust to monitor the abundance of bumblebees on transects across the country.

When: 10am-2pm Saturday 29 June
Where: Colt Park Barn, Ingleborough National Nature Reserve LA6 3JF
Booking Essential: Please contact Catherine Mercer on 015242 51002 or email: catherine.mercer@ydmt.org
Cost: Free

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Booking Details

To book a place contact Catherine Mercer on 015242 51002 or email catherine.mercer@ydmt.org