Identifying Bees Date/Time

Specialist
Summary information

This course will provide an introduction to the identification and ecology of wild bees in the UK, including their lifecycle, nesting and foraging requirements, and associated predators and parasites.

Microscopes and dichotomous keys (which will be provided) will be used to identify bee specimens in the lab, providing a unique opportunity to examine bees up-close to get familiar with key identification features. The varied habitats of Denmark Farm will allow you to see living bees and develop collecting and field identification skills. This course will also discuss bee conservation and the important role of biological recording. The course is suitable for professionals working in the conservation & environmental sector and also keen amateurs. See our website for items to bring on the day.

Booking and further information
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01570 493358
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Betws Bledrws
Cost: 
Fees: £110 per person
Contact name: 
Mara Morris
Dates and times
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Course commences at 10am and finishes at 4.30pm each day
25 June 2022 to 26 June 2022
Teachers
Liam Olds
Venue information
Betws Bledrws
Lampeter
SA48 8PB
United Kingdom
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