“An Introduction to Insect Pollinators” – an online talk by Alice Parfitt, presented by Sussex Wildlife Trust (Storrington & Arun Valley Regional Group)
There are over 6000 species of Insect Pollinators in the UK including bees, flies, butterflies, moths and butterflies. Join us to learn more about the diversity of these insects, some tips on how to identify them, the threats facing them and what we can all do to help. You need to register to attend this free event using the highlighted button above.
Our guest speaker is a local (Storrington based) ecologist and conservationist, Alice Parfitt, who has over 20 years of experience working for a range of nature conservation organisations such as Buglife, Sussex Wildlife Trust and RSPB. She is currently a Conservation Officer with Buglife working on a project called Changing Chalk on the Eastern Downs advising landowners, farmers, and communities how they can get involved with pollinator conservation. Alice is passionate about biological recording, and loves all invertebrates, especially hoverflies.
There will be time at the end of her talk for any questions, which Alice will be happy to answer.