Natures Kaleidoscopes: Beetles, Bugs and Native Bees

Come for an easy bushwalk in Willoughby’s Spring bushland to celebrate Biodiversity month. Ecologist and photographer Alan Kwok will lead this investigative look at the invertebrates that grace our bushland, their ecology and ecosystems. Where the opportunity presents itself we will focus on our native pollinators and their services to biodiversity.

Alan is also happy to share his knowledge and passion for photography, in particular macro-photography. 

We hope that you will take home some great hints on photographing insects that you may share with us at wildlifewatch@willoughby.nsw.gov.au, and as a participant in the biannual Citizen Science project, the Wild Pollinators Count wildpollinatorcount.com running in November. Hopefully, too, you will be adding to your knowledge and appreciation of some local invertebrates and have an enjoyable morning.

Simple refreshments will be provided at the end of the walk.

This walk is suitable for adults and teenagers.

If you have younger children interested in attending please contact liz.powell@willoughby.nsw.gov.au with your request.

Please note: Information on the location of walk and what to bring will be provided after the final booking confirmation, two weeks prior to the event.

Email: liz.powell@willoughby.nsw.gov.au


 
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