Views of pheasants on the farm of W.A. Davis at Yaldhurst.
Views of Chinese quail chicks.
Newspaper caption: The duck shooting season opens. Good sport at Lake Ellesmere.
Closeup view of Lyttelton Timeball Station. A seagull is perched in the foreground.
Swan on nest on the banks of the Avon River. A building is visible in the blurred background.
Two men in a rowboat and a canoe on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge. A swan is in the background.
Two swans on the Avon River, with a boy partially obscured on the right side.
Views of Mr L. Piper of Greenpark in Lincoln, packing Canada geese ahead of transporting them to the North Island as part of a game bird breeding programme.
Views of a Thrush which has been adopted by the Short family of Menzies Street in Sumner after they found him injured in a neighbours garden. Frames two and three are of Johnathan Short with the bird...
Members of the Short family of Menzies Street in Sumner with a Thrush they adopted after they found him injured in a neighbours garden.
Newspaper caption: The Malvern Agricultural and Pastoral Association's Annual Winter Show at Sheffield
Newspaper caption: The opening of the shooting season at Lake Ellesmere
Exterior of the Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café at 147 Esplanade in Sumner next to Scarborough beach. A row of seagulls are sat along the top of the building.
Women feeding the ducks at the Botanic Gardens with the playground and paddling pool in the background.
R. J. Jacobs of the Canterbury Museum with 1058 poisoned birds collected from a farm property near Mount Hutt.
A mother duck in a shrub at the Star paper store.
Newspaper caption: There are five keas in the aviary, one of them a recent capture. He was attracted from the hills by the calls of the four, and trapped in a wire enclosure outside the aviary, with a...
A truck driving through rubbish bags and seagulls in flight at Bexley rubbish tip.
Terns at Birdlings Flat
A little shag waits for fish along the stormwater drain on Linwood Avenue near Charlesworth Reserve.
Dorothy Gimblett aged 10½ years old taken at the home of Mr and Mrs McDowell on Bridle Path Road. Their pet magpie pecked a hole in her stocking.