Paisley Natural History Talk at Paisley Museum
Paisley Natural History Society is continuing its winter programme of evening talks with an illustrated talk by Chris Cathrine, South Scotland Area Organiser for the British Arachnological Society Spider Recording Scheme, on Thursday 6 February at 7.30pm in Paisley Museum.
Spiders are a fascinating but often misunderstood group of animals. Over 440 species are known to live in Scotland, a number of which are endangered. Come along and learn about spider biology, ecology and life strategies and find out why Scotland is so important for many species of conservation concern.
This talk is free and open to everyone, just come along.
For more information about the Paisley Natural History Society visit our website at www.paisleynaturalhistorysociety.org.uk