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Taxidermy case of young male, variety almost white male, young female dark plumage and variety male Eurasian Woodcock. According to Edward Hart, writing on 25 January 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): young male: dark plumage, known as Scandanavian form - generally smaller than birds which breed here, January 1903; top left (no 2): variety - almost white - male, December 1902; top right (no 3): young female: dark plumage, known as Scandanavian form, January 1903; bottom right (no 4): variety, with white wings, male, January 1869. All of the above shot by Edward Hart at the Grove and Haddon Hill. Sexes alike; summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by Edward Hart'.

Taxidermy case of young male, variety almost white male, young female dark plumage and variety male Eurasian Woodcock. According to Edward Hart, writing on 25 January 1927, 'Bottom left (no 1): young male: dark plumage, known as Scandanavian form - generally smaller than birds which breed here, January 1903; top left (no 2): variety - almost white - male, December 1902; top right (no 3): young female: dark plumage, known as Scandanavian form, January 1903; bottom right (no 4): variety, with white wings, male, January 1869. All of the above shot by Edward Hart at the Grove and Haddon Hill. Sexes alike; summer and winter plumage the same. Mounted by Edward Hart'.

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