Solitary Bees and Wasps

Bryan Pinchen
Tuesday 8 April 2014

There are over 400 species of solitary bees and wasps 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. Bryan will look at indentification of solitary bees and wasps, their ecology, nesting requirements, and how to make nest sites for them. The course will include time spent observing bees on the Garden’s Bee Borders.
10am – 4pm
Booking Details
Use the link to the left to book online.
If the course is fully booked (shown as 'out of stock') and you would like to go on to a waiting list, please contact the Outreach Office on 01223 331875.
Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Gardens and Plants
Classroom, 1 Brookside