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Bees play an essential part in the biodiversity of our food supply. At this event, we will start with a talk in the Nature Room on “Irish wild bees and how to identify them”. Then we will head out to the walled garden to find some bees and practice our new ID skills. Bring outdoor clothes.
This event is open to all. No prior knowledge of bees is needed. The event begins with a 50min talk. The talk is aimed at an adult audience, but children are very welcome to attended. Please note this in not a bee keeping talk.
Date & Time: 14:00 pm start – 16:00 pm finish, Saturday 18th May
Location: The Nature Room – PEARSE MUSEUM, THE HERMITAGE – SAINT ENDA’S PARK – D16 Y7Y5 GRANGE ROAD, Rathfarnham
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Meeting point: The Nature Room at Pearse Museum, St Enda’s Park, Grange Road, Rathfarmham, Co Dublin