Jack Bird and Saddleback, ca1890s
Reference Number: PA11-046-01
Saddleback (young and adult bird) perched on a flowering branch of Rangiora (Brachyglottis repanda). Transparency made by Newton & Co., Covent Garden, London.
Coloured lantern slides of illustrations from Sir Walter Buller's "A History of the Birds of New Zealand", Reference Number PA11-046 (6 digitised items)
Harris, Esme, fl 1980-1981 :Photographs, Reference Number PA-Group-00073 (21 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour original transparency/iesTransparencies
Historical Notes: Jackbird was an earlier common term used for the Saddleback
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Mount recto - right of image: Saddle-back; Mount recto - top left: Makers, Newton and Co., 37 King St., Covent Garden, London.; Mount recto - left of image: Jack bird
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