Little Stint

Taxidermy case of seven male and five female Little Stint by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of seven male and five female Little Stint. According to Edward Hart, writing on 4 May 1927, 'From bottom left (no 1): adult female, July 1864; (no 2): adult male, August 23rd 1875; (no 3): adult male, November 2nd 1882; winter plumage; (no 4): adult male, September 14th 1881; (no 5): adult male, September 26th 1890; (no 6): adult male, September 14th 1881; (no 7): adult female, August 30th 1890; (no 8): adult female, September 26th 1890; (no 9): adult male, July 26th 1891; (no 10): adult female, September 10th 1891; (no 11): adult male, September 26th 1890; (no 12): adult female, 30th August 1890. Shot by me in Lime Kiln Channel, Christchurch Harbour. Sexes alike. Summer and winter plumage differ. Mounted by me'.

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