Bees and wasps of The Lodge Sunday 23 June 1.0 pm – 3.0 pm
The Lodge is home to an amazing variety of bees including cuckoo, honey and bumble bees, along with wasps and the other creatures that prey and parasite on them. Several other insects found here even mimic different bees and wasps. Ecologist Bex Cartwright from the Bee Conservation Trust is leading this walk to discover these often hidden, but truly amazing insects.
Costs; RSPB members adults £5 per person, non-members £6, Wildlife Explorers £2, children £3. + entrance and car park fee £6 per car for non-RSPB members. Booking 01767 693333. Limited spaces.
Field digger wasp
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