Bee on flower

The Birds & the Bees: Queer Ecology of the Royal Parks

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24 February - 9 March 2024


The Regent's Park & Primrose Hill



Explore the interconnection between Queerness and nature

Did you know that trees can change their sex, that slugs have both female and male reproductive organs, and that many of the birds found in the Royal Parks pair up into same-sex couples?

This spring, join consultant ecologist Connor Butler on a 90-minute guided nature walk through the beautiful Royal Parks.

  • Discover how Queerness can be found in everything from birds to bugs
  • Explore the interconnectedness between nature and LGBTQ+ history
  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll through some of London's most beautiful green spaces
Consultant Ecologist, Connor Butler

Saturday 24 February

11:00 - 12:30      Kensington Gardens    Book now

14:30 - 16:00     St. James's Park          Book now


Saturday 2 March

11:00 - 12:30      The Regent's Park       Book now

14:30 - 16:00      Hyde Park                   Book now


Saturday 9 March

11:00 - 12:30      Richmond Park           Book now

14:30 - 16:00      Bushy Park                 Book now

These are adult only events (18+) aimed at those interested in seeing nature from a new perspective. These walks are part of the Help Nature Thrive project, and are free thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery.