Common Raven

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Common Raven (Corvus corax) by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Common Raven. According to Edward Hart, writing on 25 January 1927, ''Left (no 1): adult male, October 15th 1887; right (no 2): adult female, October 25th 1887. Both shot by Edward Hart at Hengistbury Warren, Christchurch. Sexes alike; summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by Edward Hart'.

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