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Hawaiian Goose - The Hawaiian goose is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, and hence this specimen collected in Europe was almost certainly a captive-bred bird. It is the official bird of the state of Hawaii where its common name, Nene, relates to its soft call. - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter

Hawaiian Goose - The Hawaiian goose is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, and hence this specimen collected in Europe was almost certainly a captive-bred bird. It is the official bird of the state of Hawaii where its common name, Nene, relates to its soft call. - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter

red junglefowl - It is easy to see the similarities with the cockerels of many modern breeds of domestic chicken.  Willoughby Lowe collected this bird from Bac-Tan Province in Vietnam, in the area where, many thousands of years ago, chickens were first domesticated. - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter

red junglefowl - It is easy to see the similarities with the cockerels of many modern breeds of domestic chicken. Willoughby Lowe collected this bird from Bac-Tan Province in Vietnam, in the area where, many thousands of years ago, chickens were first domesticated. - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter

Rainbow lorikeet - Rainbow Lorikeets feed mainly on fruit, pollen and nectar. They have a tongue with a specially adapted papillate appendage to enable them to collect nectar from flowers.

Rainbow lorikeet - Rainbow Lorikeets feed mainly on fruit, pollen and nectar. They have a tongue with a specially adapted papillate appendage to enable them to collect nectar from flowers.

Great bustard - These are some of the heaviest birds capable of flight. They used to live in the British Isles but were eradicated by hunting in the 19th century. Today populations in Europe and Asia have been used to re-introduce them to Salisbury Plain.

Great bustard - These are some of the heaviest birds capable of flight. They used to live in the British Isles but were eradicated by hunting in the century. Today populations in Europe and Asia have been used to re-introduce them to Salisbury Plain.