Male and female Skua Gulls by Herbert George Ponting

Male and female Skua Gulls

Herbert George Ponting

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Male and female Skua Gulls

A detailed photograph of a male and female Skua Gull with their mouths open standing on the fine gravel shore. The male Skua has his wings spread out behind him.

The print has a typed caption: 'Skua gulls, male and female. Jan 6th 1911.'

The caption in 'The Great White South' is 'Beginning to 'taxy'. Antarctic Skua-Gulls.' Ponting described them as not'...altogether pleasant neighbours, for they were extremely noisy and of a most quarrelsome disposition...' (page 214).

Object number: ALB1217.12

Date: 1911

Artist: Herbert George Ponting

Original dimensions: 115 mm x 166 mm

  • Image reference: S2778-011

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