Kingston Biodiversity Network – New Ticket Release

At their April meeting, the Kingston Biodiversity Network is pleased to welcome:

Their main speaker: Dr. Tony Madgwick from the London Natural History Society, who will be discussing bees and native pollinators.

Additional speakers: Josie Coiro from Kingston University School of Art, presenting her children’s book ‘Herbie’s Secret Friends of the River’, and Keith McMahon from Kingston Bee Keepers, who will discuss the Asian hornet.

Date: Wednesday, April 24th, 2024

Time: 7-9pm (doors open at 6.45pm for a prompt 7pm start)

Location: Clattern Lecture Theatre at Kingston University’s Penrhyn Road Campus

Snacks and cold drinks will be available.

About them: Kingston Biodiversity Network is an independent, volunteer-led organization. Formed in 2013, they are passionate about wildlife and aim to establish strong links between organizations and individuals interested in conserving and preserving the biodiversity of the borough.

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