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National Insect Week returns in 2020

Bedgebury's Butterflies

Saturday, June 30, 2018 - 12:30 to 15:00

Do you want to be able to tell your gatekeeper from your meadow brown?

Join butterfly specialist, Anna Picken, at one of two events this summer at Bedgebury to learn about the resident and migrant butterflies that can be found in the Pinetum. As you walk around the Pinetum you will learn about the habits of butterflies and how to identify the different species. 

The event on 30th June will be prefaced by a presentation at the Visitor Centre about butterflies. This will start at 12.30pm and will be followed by the walk. This event will last about two and a half hours. 

£12 per adult and £4 per child under 16. £8 for just the talk (£4 per child).

To book your place call 01580 879842.

Please note that this event may involve a lengthy walk and is not suitable for those with limited mobility. Dogs are not permitted. Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions and time of day. If excessively adverse weather is forecast for the selected date, a cancellation email will be sent at least 3 days prior to the event. If you are unable to attend on the alternative date offered, you will be fully refunded. 

Age limits or guidance

Suitable for all

Cost details

£12 per adult and £4 per child under 16. £8 for just the talk (£4 per child).

Register in Advance

To attend this event please register in advance.

Accessibility

https://bedgeburypinetum.org.uk/home/information/disabled-access/

Did you know?

Chan's megastick

The longest recorded insect is Chan's megastick, a stick insect species from Borneo which can be up to 56.6cm long.

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