Paisley Museum’s Lunchtime Talk: ‘Wings over the Heather’
Paisley poet and weaver Alexander Wilson was known as the ‘Father of American Ornithology’. To celebrate his contribution to the study of birds, Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park Ranger Service will be at Paisley Museum next Wednesday to tell us about their own work and study of the Hen Harrier, one of the UK’s rarest raptors.
The Lunchtime Talk, ‘Wings over the Heather’, will take place at Paisley Museum on Wednesday 26 June at 12.30pm. Admission is free and open to all.