Close-up of a female bobcat, the new arrival at the Animals International Circus and Zoo.
Hornby Working Men's Club member Mr F. A. Iggo holding Tiger, a ginger tabby cat, who is also a member of the club. Tiger celebrates his first national cat show win by being toasted by members at the...
Lions roaming amongst cars at the opening of Orana Park Zoo, McLeans Island.
Audience of children from Cotswold School at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, Northwood waiting for Michael Willis to milk Girl, a Highland cow, by hand.
View across the fields with sheep towards Godley Head and out towards Pegasus Bay. In the foreground are tramping signs to Taylors Mistake and Boulder Bay.
Horse and foal feeding on hay in paddocks at "Hillwood" with Port Hills and Castle Rock in background.
A chilly Show Day at the Canterbury A&P Showgrounds, 1976.
"This dog was very hyper and loved playing fetch in the arches grass area." - Contributor's note. Taken on the grass at The Commons near The Arcade Project arches on the corner of Durham Street North...
"We found this dog and played with it and took this photo" - Contributor's note. Taken from The Commons near The Arcades on the corner of Durham Street North and Kilmore Street in the central city.
Close-up of D for Dog with a bucket around his head to stop him pulling out stitches put in as a result of injuries sustained during a fight in Rawhiti Domain whilst he was on a walk.
Huey of the Pig-A-Dilly Circus performing at the A and P Show.
Red Cross search dog unit dog Whizz and unit leader Nigel Walker (right) receiving a donation of hand held radios from Christchurch West Lions Club. With them, from left, Les McLeay president of...
Two horse and carts travelling through Cathedral Square during the Canterbury A&P Centennial.
Ron Cone tending to chickens on his property in Papanui.
"Summer holidays - dog and footprints on beach, sand dunes in background." - Contributor's note
"Blissed-out, enjoying a dog massage at Paws at the Park at The Groynes, 2014." - Contributor's note
View of three lined up Corvette cars, owned by the contributor now living in Christchurch but at the time was in Fairfield, Dunedin. To the left is a cat called Shakie.
"Peter Williams, then 3ZB radio announcer, later TV personality, riding an elephant during a circus parade in Cambridge Terrace with old public library building in the background on 1st Feb 1979." -...
"Elephants and horses from a visiting circus being exercised, Rolleston Avenue, Chch, outside Christs College, 30th January 1979." - Contributor's note. Highly Commended in the Places category of 2020...
"A dog waits patiently, outside New Brighton Library, for its owner to advance vote in the 2020 General Election." - Contributor's note
June Hunt (left) and Joy feeding the ducks at The Groynes.
June Hunt (right) and her daughter Joy, on a horse trek at Hanmer, before heading up Hanmer Hill.
"Here is my husband David Gibson, relaxing in the lounge with our pet cat Snoopy." - Contributor's note
Rare Tarāpuka (black-billed gulls) colony on Armagh Street.