This Saturday from 10am to 4pm, Queen’s Square in Bath will be transformed into a festival of nature with workshops, live shows and interactive encounters all celebrating the fascinating world around us.
Drs Kate Ashbrook and Mark Greco from our Department of Biology & Biochemistry will be talking about the birds (Great Bustards) and the bees; and postgraduate students from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies will be showing you how to make your own battery.
The National Trust, BBC Natural History Unit, Avon Wildlife Trust, RSPB, British Science Association, will also be there to make it a real day of family fun. So if you fancy watching a snail race, taking part in a nature walk or dressing up as a bee, come along for a wild day in Bath this Saturday.
Bath Goes Wild is a free event. To find out more, visit the Bath Goes Wild website.