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Little Owl (Athene noctua)

Taxidermy case of one adult male, one immature male and one female Little Owl by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of one adult male, one immature male and one female Little Owl. According to Edward Hart, writing on 15 April 1927, 'Left (no 1): adult male, shot by Cooper (Keeper) in New Forest, September 1856; middle right (no 2): adult female, shot by Coles (Keeper) at Burley, November 1871; bottom middle (no 3): immature male, shot by me in Littledown Wood, near Christchurch. Sexes alike; summer and winter plumage differ. Mounted by myself and my brother W. Hart'.

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