WATCH out, this might get you buzzing.
But then, that is the aim of the new Bug Day Out insect club about to launch at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at Inveresk.
The club will meet for the first time on Sunday and is open to anyone.
QVMAG natural science curator David Maynard said participants would spend the day learning about ants, bees and wasps as well as the natural environment.
The club will meet for three other sessions throughout the year, each focusing on different insects.
``Insects are one of the most amazing and diverse groups of animals on the planet . . . so this is a great opportunity for our community to find out a bit more about them,'' Mr Maynard said.
The museum will also launch two other clubs this month.
The Shutterbug Club is a photography club open to seven to 15-year-old, and will run for four weeks from Tuesdaycom, March 5. It will finish with an exhibition of participants' work.
The Science Discovery Team for children aged five to 13 will be launched on March 23.
WHAT: Bug Day Out insect club launch.
WHEN: Sunday, March 3, from 1pm to 3pm.
WHERE: Queen Victoria Museum and Art Museum, Inveresk.
BOOKINGS: QVMAG 6323 3798. Each session attracts a fee.