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Ivory Gull

Taxidermy case of adult male Ivory Gull by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of adult male Ivory Gull by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of adult male Ivory Gull. According to Edward Hart, writing on 6 May 1927, '(No 1): adult male, 1878. Shot by the Rev. D. Alston of the Rectory, Studland, Dorset and purchased by Mr T. M. Pike, who presented it to me. It is an extremely rare bird in the South of England. Sexes alike. Summer and winter plumage the same. Not known by whom mounted'.

Taxidermy case of adult male Ivory Gull. According to Edward Hart, writing on 6 May 1927, '(No 1): adult male, 1878. Shot by the Rev. D. Alston of the Rectory, Studland, Dorset and purchased by Mr T. M. Pike, who presented it to me. It is an extremely rare bird in the South of England. Sexes alike. Summer and winter plumage the same. Not known by whom mounted'.

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