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Great black-headed gull

One of FWL Ross’ most significant specimens was a great black-headed gull and to this day it is the only reliable record of this bird having been seen in the...

Blue crane

Joey the Stanley crane was born in South Africa. In 1914 he was brought to England and kept as a captive bird at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in Surrey...

Tui or parson bird

The parson bird is more commonly known why the Maori name tui. It is a honey eater and can commonly be seen feeding on nectar from flax flowers. They are...

Tui or parson bird

The parson bird is more commonly known why the Maori name tui. It is a honey eater and can commonly be seen feeding on nectar from flax flowers. They are...

Tui or parson bird

This bird belongs to the group known as the Honey-Eaters, distinguished by their long extensile tongues adapted for extracting honey from the flowers of gum-trees and other trees of the...

Rock ptarmigan eggs

Clutch of 7 bird eggs collected on 29 June1927. ‘I discovered this bird with H.C.M [...] at the top of Sandfeld about 3,500 ft. This bird was on the nest...

Ross’s trogon

This bird skin might be a type specimen; further research is required. It was collected by General Smee in January 1939.It is described as new species in Lowe, W.P. 1939...

Tui or parson bird

The parson bird is more commonly known why the Maori name tui. It is a honey eater and can commonly be seen feeding on nectar from flax flowers. They are...

Tui or parson bird

The parson bird is more commonly known why the Maori name tui. It is a honey eater and can commonly be seen feeding on nectar from flax flowers. They are...