Chatterer : Hardy, Kelson and Traherne (Traherne).
Tag : Silver twist and light orange silk.
Tail : Two toppings.
Butt : Black herl.
Body : Two turns of light violet silk making headway for
numberless small chatterer feathers, closely packed
round the rest of the body.
Throat : Gallina.
Wings : Four indian crow feathers, in pairs (back to back), first
pair longer than the second, having the point
of a Jay feather on each side two-thirds of the length of
the crow feathers; with five or six toppings above.
Cheeks : Chatterer.
Horns : Blue macaw.
Head : Black herl.
Chatterer : Land and Water 31 July. 1886.
The body and throat hackle are the same. Instead of the topping in the tail, there was toucan with a couple of strands
of ibis and summer duck, slightly projecting. The wings were made of tippet, teal, gallina as a basis. Then came
strands of peacock wing, light and dark bustard, golden pheasant tail, black cockatoo tail, grey mallard and gallina
with a couple narrow strips of brown mallard at the top and blue macaw horns. Double cheeks, by using red crow
beyond the point (only) of a Jungle."