Eurasian Black Grouse

Taxidermy case of two female 'reversion of sex' Eurasian Black Grouse by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of two female 'reversion of sex' Eurasian Black Grouse. According to Edward Hart, writing on 5 May 1927, 'Nos 1 and 2: Grey Hens which have assumed male plumage. Killed at Corsemalzie, Whanphill, Wigtownshire, Scotland. September 29th 1891, September 23rd 1892. Presented to me by Mr G. M. Gordon. Mounted by me'.

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