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Salisbury Bee Trail

General information about the trail

APP - New updated AR App, coming soon (Summer 2021)

MAPS - Grab a paper map at Five Rivers Health and Well-being Centre from Summer 2021


HOW TO - The trail is dispersed around the corners of the city and is meant to be done slowly, over time. Explore each of the parks and green spaces you have to go to, to complete the trail. Take a pic-nic, have fun outside in nature as you find 14 signs in this 'walking workshop' style trail. 

BEE INFO - Additional bee info for each of the species in the trail, is linked below.

GENERAL INFO - This is my award winning interactive trail, which allows you to learn about wild bee species, while exploring Salisbury city. This trail won a 'Bees Needs' award at Kew Gardens in 2017 for an innovative way to educate about wild pollinators and includes Augmented Reality (AR) technology.

To ask about having your very own Bee Trail as a visitor attraction, get in touch!

2021 UPDATE - This trail including the free accompanying App, is being updated for a second launch in Summer 2021, get updates as they happen by connecting with me on social media and scroll down for additional links and info for each species in the trail...

You can also read my 5 essential tips for bees here

1. Andrena fulva 

2. Bombus hortorum

3. Anthidium manicatum

4. Anthophora plumipes

5. Osmia bicolor

6. Some bee science (Identifying pollinators)

7. Crysis ignita

8. Andrena cineraria

9. Megachile centuncularis

10. Volucella bombylans

11. The Nomada species

12. Colletes hederae

13. Bombus pascuorum

14. Six spot burnet moth (a pollinator wild card, in the trail!)