Hidden Stories of The Royal Parks

Episode 4: Bugs of the Royal Parks

July 22, 2020 The Royal Parks Season 1 Episode 4
Hidden Stories of The Royal Parks
Episode 4: Bugs of the Royal Parks
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Hidden Stories of The Royal Parks
Episode 4: Bugs of the Royal Parks
Jul 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
The Royal Parks

Discover the wonderful world of the minibeasts we call invertebrates.

Dr. Alice Laughton, The Royal Parks' Mission: Invertebrate Project Manager, tells us more about the role they play in supporting our beautiful green spaces, how the biodiversity in the parks has changed during lockdown and how The Royal Parks supports these incredible critters to help them thrive… Cue Mission: Invertebrate!

Support the show: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/support-the-parks

About The Royal Parks: 

The Royal Parks is the charity that exists to make sure London’s eight historic royal parks will always be there to enrich the lives of local residents and visitors to London. 

The charity looks after eight of London’s largest open spaces: Hyde Park, The Green Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich Park, St James’s Park, Bushy Park, The Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, and Kensington Gardens. 

For more information visit www.royalparks.org.uk 

Follow The Royal Parks on Twitter @theroyalparks, Facebook.com/TheRoyalParksLondon and Instagram.com/TheRoyalParks

Support the show (https://www.royalparks.org.uk/support-the-parks)

Show Notes

Discover the wonderful world of the minibeasts we call invertebrates.

Dr. Alice Laughton, The Royal Parks' Mission: Invertebrate Project Manager, tells us more about the role they play in supporting our beautiful green spaces, how the biodiversity in the parks has changed during lockdown and how The Royal Parks supports these incredible critters to help them thrive… Cue Mission: Invertebrate!

Support the show: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/support-the-parks

About The Royal Parks: 

The Royal Parks is the charity that exists to make sure London’s eight historic royal parks will always be there to enrich the lives of local residents and visitors to London. 

The charity looks after eight of London’s largest open spaces: Hyde Park, The Green Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich Park, St James’s Park, Bushy Park, The Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, and Kensington Gardens. 

For more information visit www.royalparks.org.uk 

Follow The Royal Parks on Twitter @theroyalparks, Facebook.com/TheRoyalParksLondon and Instagram.com/TheRoyalParks

Support the show (https://www.royalparks.org.uk/support-the-parks)