We hold free and heavily subsidised invertebrate workshops on identification, recording, curation and field craft to help boost the skills of beginners and experienced entomologists alike. These are complemented with drop-in sessions to facilitate mentoring and networking. We also organise invertebrate recording days across the region to bring together the invertebrate recording community and facilitate improvements to baseline data coverage at selected important sites.
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|Blow flies Workshop||13th March 2020||Friday||World Museum||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Entomology Collection Day||19th March 2020||Thursday||World Museum||10:30 or 13:30 start||Just turn up|
|Groundbugs Workshop||20th March 2020||Friday||World Museum||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Hoverflies Workshop||3rd April 2020||Friday||World Museum||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Stonefly Workshop||2nd & 3rd May 2020||Saturday & Sunday||World Museum/Yarrow Valley||10:30am start||£15 / essential|
|Plant bugs Workshop||15th May 2020||Friday||World Museum||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Longhorn beetles Workshop||30th May 2020||Saturday||Rixton Claypits||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Spiders & Harvestmen Workshop||6th June 2020||Saturday||Rixton Claypits||10:30am start||Free / essential|
|Bumblebees Workshop||26th June 2020||Friday||Ness Botanic Gardens||10:30am start||Free / essential|
An Introduction to Bumblebees
26th June | 10:30 am - 4:00 pmFree
An Introduction to Britain’s Bumblebees at Ness Botanic Gardens
There will be a presentation looking at their identification, ecology and biology, this will be followed by an outdoor session identifying specimens found in the wildflower meadows at the gardens.
Our tutor, Tony Parker, is the Cheshire County Recorder for Bees and co author of the Atlas of Bees, Wasps and Ants of Cheshire.