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Alexander Wilson's Falconry Glove
Falcon

Origin

Alexander Wilson

Type

Falconry Glove

Effects

Attracts birds to the wearer and allows them to control the movement of them

Downsides

User cuts family and friends for the company of birds

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Helena G. Wells

Section

Homobonus-MT8

Aisle

934287-7844729-4235

Shelf

988340-4526

Date of Collection

June 06, 1893

[Source]


OriginEdit

Regarded as the Father of American Ornithology, Alexander Wilson once owned a Falconry Glove that he used to use hold onto birds while he studied and cataloged them. This glove became imbued with Alex's love of Ornithology and the birds he took care of.

EffectsEdit

Wearing the Glove allows the user to attrach and control aviavition life, at the cost of cuting people off from your life.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Warehouse 12 Agent: H.G. Wells in 1893.

Real World ConnectionsEdit

Alexander Wilson (July 6, 1766 – August 23, 1813) was a Scottish-American poet, ornithologist, naturalist, and illustrator. Identified by George Ord as the "Father of American Ornithology," Wilson is now regarded as the greatest American ornithologist before Audubon.

Several species of bird are named after Wilson, including the Wilson's Storm-Petrel, Wilson's Plover, Wilson's Phalarope, Wilson's Snipe, and Wilson's Warbler. The now obsolete warbler genus Wilsonia was named for him by Charles Lucien Bonaparte. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology and the Wilson Ornithological Society also bear his name.

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