Marsh Warbler

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Marsh Warbler by Edward Hart (male missing).

Taxidermy case of adult male and adult female Marsh Warbler. According to Edward Hart, writing on 18 April 1927, 'Left (no 1): adult female, May 1869; right (no 2) adult male, May 1869; nest and five eggs. Shot by me on the railway embankment running through a small damp osier bed on Burton Farm, Conleys, near Christchurch. Sexes alike, summer resident only. Mounted by me'.

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