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Solitary bees and wasps: pollinators and predators

Bryan Pinchen
There are over 400 species of solitary bee and wasp in Britain, all have fascinating life cycles and exhibit interesting behaviour. Many species can be encouraged to nest in our gardens where they fulfil an important role as both pollinators and predators of garden pests. Brian will look at recognition of solitary bees and wasps, their ecology, nesting requirements and how to make nest sites for them.
Date
31/03/2011
Time
10am-4pm
Price
£50
Booking required
Booking Details
Please download and complete the booking form from the link left and return it to us as soon as possible.
Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Gardens and Plants