Early bumblebee

Early bumblebee (c) Penny Frith

Early Bumblebees in the Land of Oak & Iron

Location: Virtual Workshop, This event takes place online

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Discover the early bumblebees that will soon be buzzing about!

Event details

Date

Time
7:00pm - 8:00pm
A static map of Early Bumblebees in the Land of Oak & Iron

About the event

Join Rachel Richards, our Wilderness Ranger and local bee enthusiast, to discover which species of early bumblebees you may hope to find this spring.

This intermediate level talk will explore spring bumblebee and solitary bee activity in the Land of Oak & Iron.

We will be discussing the species might you see, where you should look, and how you can help bees in your garden and local countryside.

The Land of Oak & Iron covers a 177 km2 area surrounding the Derwent Valley including Consett, Rowlands Gill, Prudhoe and Whickham.

This event is part of the Geology & Wildlife Project delivered through the Land of Oak & Iron, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.

This event is free, however if you wish to make a donation to the Trust, you can do so by choosing the donation ticket option.

Contact us

Dorinda Kealoha
Contact number: 01915843112