Corn Crake

Taxidermy case of adult male, adult female and ten young Corn Crake by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of adult male, adult female and ten young Corncrake. According to Edward Hart, writing on 6 May 1927, 'Middle (no 1): adult female, April 24th 1882; right (no 2): adult male, summer plumage, April 24th 1882; young, July 1882. Obtained by me at Quay Meadows, Christchurch. Sexes differ; summer and winter plumage - male differs, female the same. Mounted by me'.

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