Totorore expedition transparencies

[ca Jul-Dec 1983]

Colour transparencies of birdlife, sailing, and local scenes taken by James (Jim) Watt in Chile during the Totorore expedition, circa Jul-Dec 1983.

Set contains images of winter plovers, Inca terns, [patu colorado?](at Pudeto), chimango caracara in flight, teal [ducks?] at Teal Cove (Guafo Island), [geese?], grey phalaropes, a white-rumped swallow, white-winged coots, a South American tern in flight, a black-browed mollymawk in flight, pintails (at Pumalin Park), a turkey vulture, and hooded gulls (including an non-breeding adult and a juvenile in flight). Also contains images of Gerry Clark on board the 'Totorore', fishing boats unloading at Angelmo (Puerto Montt), and a truck with passengers riding in the tray.

Inscriptions: Note from depositor reads: "'Totorore'- this series [sic] were emptied into a plastic bag from a slide carousel - jumbled. Done a rough sort - like with like where poss."

Quantity: 24 colour original transparency/ies.

Physical Description: Dye coupler transparencies

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Part of
Watt, James Norwood, 1928-2018: Collection / Birdwatching and sailing expeditions in Chile, New Zealand, and Auckland and Antipodes Islands
24 colour original transparency/ies, Transparencies, Landscape photographs, Dye coupler transparencies
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