Bluethroat

Taxidermy case of adult male and immature male Bluethroat by Edward Hart.

Taxidermy case of adult male and immature male Bluethroat. According to Edward Hart, writing on 15 April 1927, 'Left (no 1): immature male, September 10th 1910; right (no 2): adult male, October 9th 1907. Both procured at Clay-by-Sea, Norfolk and presented to me by Major Andrews. Sexes differ; male, summer and winter plumage differ; female, summer and winter plumage same as S. s. svecica. Mounted by H. H. Pashley (taxidermist), Clay-by-Sea, Norfolk. Cased by me'.

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