Drawing depicting: St. Helena Pheasant, At head of sheet "No 1 Attitude of the St. Helena Pheasant during the breeding season when undisturbed. Sketched from Nature by Lieutenant F.R. Stack for John Gould Esq[ui]re, F.R.S. &c &c.", One of 2 drawings of a pair of pheasants in brown ink on light paper (See also 2291). Purpose of the drawing unknown; the bird, which looks like a Ring-necked pheasant, was not indigenous to St. Helena, but introduced for sport. Removed from a mount bearing Sotheran's pencil notes "Stack (Lieut. F.R.) St Helena Pheasant / 2 Drawings" and "Pair 4/4/-." Listed in Piccadilly Notes, 22. Previously cited as GS27 or 27GS.