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Cotton in Egypt (engraving)
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Cotton in Egypt (engraving)
UFO
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UFO
The Besses o th Barn Brass Band - Paddington Station Featured Image

The Besses o th Barn Brass Band - Paddington Station

The Besses o th Barn Brass Band from Besses o th Barn, an old industrial town situated between Manchester and Bury, in Lancashire. In 1905 the band toured France to promote the Entente Cordiale. Pictured here on 23rd June 1905 at Paddington Station, London on their way to play before the King at Windsor en route to France. The band made two "world tours" in the early 1900s, one between 1906 and 1908/9 and the other also lasting for more than a year. With Alexander Owen as its conductor, the band visited Australia, Canada, Fiji, Hawaii, New Zealand, South Africa and the USA. Date: 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

BIO17577
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BIO17577
BIO17576
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BIO17576
Two ornithologists removing birds from a net laid to capture birds on their annual migration Featured Image

Two ornithologists removing birds from a net laid to capture birds on their annual migration

Two ornithologists removing birds from a net laid to capture birds on their annual migration. At the bird ringing station in the Col de Bretolet operated by the Swiss Ornithological Institute every year between ten and twenty thousand migrating birds of a hundred species are caught, ringed, recorded and released. Alps, Canton of Valais, Switzerland

© BIOS PHOTO/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

DNA autoradiogram and face
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DNA autoradiogram and face
An ornithologist banding a Coat tit (Periparus ater) Featured Image

An ornithologist banding a Coat tit (Periparus ater)

An ornithologist banding a Coat tit (Periparus ater) at the bird ringing station in the Col de Bretolet operated by the Swiss Ornithological Institute where every year between ten and twenty thousand migrating birds of a hundred species are caught, ringed, recorded and released. (The Coal tit makes only local journeys when there is severe weather.) Alps, Canton of Valais, Switzerland

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Bird Ringing mist net
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Bird Ringing mist net

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