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National Insect Week returns in 2020

Wildlife Watch Club: Pollinators at Queenswood

Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 12:30 to 14:30

Join Wildlife Watch members and buzz around the woods to discover the different sorts of pollinators, learn why they are so important and discover what we can do to help them.

Wildlife Watch is Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s monthly club for young naturalists aged 7 to 14 years which meets on the first Sunday of each month at either Queenswood Country Park & Arboretum or Bodenham Lake Nature Reserve

Age limits or guidance

Suitable for 7-13 years

Cost details

£2 per child. Usual parking charges apply

Register in Advance

To attend this event please register in advance.

Accessibility

Wheelchair Access and People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance

Did you know?

Most poisonous

There are lots of contenders here – possibly the pretty red and blue rove beetle Paederus – very, very tiny amounts of its poison have been used to cure chronic ulceration in people. Ladybirds are pretty poisonous (and pretty) and can bleed foul-tasting poisonous brightly coloured blood from their knees.