Why do bees have smelly feet? (Children’s Lecture)

Why do bees have smelly feet? Margaret Murdin,  BBKA, 18th February 2021 2-3pm

Margaret will aiming the talk at youngsters from the age of 7 upwards but adults are also most welcome to join the webinar too.

Margaret is a Master Beekeeper, holds the National Diploma in Beekeeping and is a Past President of the BBKA but describes herself as an ordinary, practical beekeeper, currently with twenty colonies across three apiaries. Margaret began as a member of Ormskirk and Croston Branch in Lancashire where she learnt her beekeeping over the years before moving to North Oxfordshire.

Margaret’s background is in education, so she is naturally interested in furthering the education and training opportunities available to our BBKA members. ‘We have a duty to our bees and to the public to be as good as we can as beekeepers. We all need to update our skills from time to time and to learn about how to deal with new threats and diseases’. So, Margaret actively encourages members to keep up-to-date with training and take the Basic Assessment if they have not already done so.

{Please note in order to attend you will need to register via the Zoom registration link you will receive in your email once you have ‘checked out’ at the shop} To register, please follow this link:

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These talks are free but we would welcome a donation to one of our appeals

Save the Bees or Apiary and Education

Date

15 Mar 2021

Time

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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