Common Snipe

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Common Snipe

Accession Number:

NEBYM:1987.101

A Common Snipe, or ‘Gallinago’, mounted in a glass case on replica landscape of stone and gravel. Collected by Charles Turner, who was a Major in the Royal Berkshire Regiment, from the water meadows by the River Kennet at Crookham, Thatcham, around 1920.

Period: Early 20th century

Place: Thatcham

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