Start Date: 18th November 2018, 10:00
End Date: 18th November 2018, 16:00
The ‘intermediate’ workshop will be a follow on from the ‘beginner workshops’ held giving participants more time to focus on microscope work aiding identification and more detailed studied. The workshop will also give participants the chance to bring in any specimens collected during the summer months should they need any extra support and identification.
The day will be led by Steven Falk www.stevenfalk.co.uk, one of Britain’s foremost experts of bees and other pollinators, those who have attended previous workshops will be familiar with Steve already . Steven wrote the first ever field guide to British bees and is also well known as an insect illustrator. Join us for our fantastic day looking at wild bees up close using microscopes and also learn more about their behaviour, ecology and conservation in greater detail.
The workshop is FREE and open to any skill level or ability, however it is suggested that participants have some prior knowledge or have attended one if the ‘beginner sessions’.
Places are FREE but booking is essential to avoid disappointment, please get in touch below to reserve your place.
(Beginner Bee Workshop, March 2018)
Accessible Services Assistance or Guide dogs welcome Wheelchair Access
Locations in the Dearne
This event can be found at the following locations: