Webinar: Ten bees and the stories they tell Tuesday, 16th January 2024 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM


Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre Webinar

In every one of Sussex’s contrasting landscapes, we’re seeing wild bee populations shift and adapt against a background of decline. Through ten species – some gone, some back after time away, some here for the first time, and one that might never have been here at all – James Power gives us a snapshot of nature at a worrying point in time.

James has been immersed in nature conservation for over 30 years. He’s worked for the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, the National Trust, Defra, the National Parks department in Malawi, and of course the Sussex Wildlife Trust, where he headed up the land management team for eleven years. He has spent the last three years writing The Bees of Sussex, a deep dive into every one of the 229 species recorded here.

 Bees of Sussex will be published in February 2024 and is available to preorder here

The event is free but donations to assist the work of Sussex Wildlife Trust would be appreciated. There will be an opportunity to donate at the end of the talk.

After registering you'll receive a confirmation email which will contain the link required to attend the Zoom webinar. This link will also be contained in two reminder emails you'll receive one day and one hour before the start of the presentation.

A recording of this webinar will also be available on the website by Friday 19 January 2024.

Webinar: Ten bees and the stories they tell

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