A STAFFIN man’s work in finding, protecting and preserving dinosaur and fossil bones and footprints has been recognised by one of the world’s leading societies in the field.
Dugie Ross from Ellishadder, who has had a lifelong interest in fossils and runs the Staffin Museum, has received the Mary Anning Award from the Palaeontological Association (PA).
Palaeontology is the branch of science concerned with fossil animals and plants. The award was open to all those who are not professionally employed within ...Continue Reading ? Share