Black-eared Wheatear

Taxidermy case of immature male Black-eared Wheatear by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of immature male Black-eared Wheatear. According to Edward Hart, writing on 15 April 1927, '(No 1): Immature male. Shot at Pevensey, Sussex, May 1917 and presented to Edward Hart by Major Andrews. Sexes differ. Male: summer and winter plumage differ. Female: summer and winter plumage the same'.

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