Paisley Natural History Society is continuing its spring 2015 programme of evening talks with an illustrated presentation by David Shenton from the Scottish Wildlife Trust, Clyde Members Group on Thursday 5 March at 7.30pm at Paisley Museum.

The Scottish Wildlife Trust looks after 120 wildlife sites throughout Scotland from small urban habitats in the centre of Edinburgh to remote wildernesses in the Highlands and Islands. Each reserve provides a haven for wildlife. This talk will look at the reserves around Scotland and feature the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Loch Ardinning near Strathblane, a site of mixed habitat which supports a variety of wildlife. Come along and find out more about the plants, animals and history of this reserve.

Paisley Natural History Society talks are free and open to everyone to attend.

For more information about the Paisley Natural History Society visit our website at or contact Lesley Hill (Club Secretary) on 0141 884 3352.