The phone numbers are on the "Alford Forest Moa Project 2000" page.
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Photo 1 (132Kb)
-Sandy Payne using a cutoff grinder to cut the feathers for the wire sculptures Moa.
Photo 2 (113Kb)
The Alford Forest gang, bending wires to make the atificial feathers.
Photo 3 (140Kb)
From the Left: Danny Symons, Kathryn Clemens, Ben Payne, Anita Wightman, Tom Symons, Baydne Sommerville,
Photo 4 (106Kb)-
Clive Seddon, Kathryn Clemens, and Anita Wightman.
Photo 5 (107Kb)-
Linda McIvor, Ron McIvor, Baydne Sommerville, Lois Moodie,
Photo 6 (137Kb)-
Baydne Sommerville, William Sommerville, Danny Symons, Ben Payne,
Photo 7 (123.8Kb)-
Ron & Linda McIvor, Stan Hydes, David Wightman, Jim Chapman, and Sandy Payne.
Photo 8 (123.8Kb)-
Jim Chapman, Sandy Payne, David Wightman, and Stan Hydes.
Photo 9 (132.9Kb)-
Linda and Ron McIvor.
Photo 10 (122.9Kb)-
Lois Moodie, Janet Symons, Peter Moodie, Trich Seddon and Heather Payne.
Photo 11 (128.1Kb)-
Barry Begg at the bench bending wires for the Moa feathers.
Photo 12 (117.8Kb)-
Kathryn Clemens, Lois Moodie, Anita Wightman, Peter Moodie,
Photo 13 (133.8Kb)-
A general view of the working bee.
Heather Payne sorting the wire feathers.
Photo 16(127.2Kb).Heather Payne, Clive Seddon, Andrew Jackson,
and Margaret Rouse.
Photo 17(122.7Kb).Clive Seddon and Lois Moodie.
Photo 18(119Kb).Ron and Linda McIvor working on the Moas.
Photo 19(127.5Kb).Linda McIvor and Janet Symons.
Group having afternoon tea. Kathryn Clemens, Trich Seddon, Ron McIvor,
Photo 21(113.3Kb).Trich Seddon working on the legs of the Moa.
Photo 22(126.7Kb).Janet Symons doing some lacing work.
Photo 23(105.4Kb)The pair of moas with the netting completed.
Visitors to the workbee having a chat outside in the sun.
Photo 25(115.8Kb)Activity around the Moas.
Photo 26(106.8Kb)People putting wire feathers on tne male moa..
Peter Moodie putting the final layers of netting on the female moa.
Andrew Jackson,Sandy Payne and Ken Lowe in discussion.
Photo 29(105Kb)Lynn Chapman and Janet Symons.
Photo 30(118.6Kb)Volunteers crowding the pair of Moas,
putting on wire feathers.
Photo 31(124.3Kb)Ian Blackwood, Danny Symons and Dianne Smith.
Flora Lowe cooking up the sausages on the barbaque.
Photo 35(117.9Kb)Barbaque time.
Lynda McIvor, Michael, Danny Symons, Lucy and Aussie Symons.
Ben Payne, Peter Moodie, Barry Begg, Wayne Smith, and Baydne Sommerville.
Photo 38(123.2Kb)Broadview of the working bee.
Photo 39(139.6Kb)John Willis inserting feathers.
Photo 40(112.1Kb)The Seniors having a chat.
Photo 41(119.6Kb)More hands make light work.
Photo 42(108.7Kb)Derick Newton, Alistair Smith, and Ken Lowe.
Photo 43(126.8Kb)The Grays, Symons and Smith.
Photo 44(132.5Kb)High view.
Peter Moodie, Baydne Sommerville, Heather Payne, Kathryn Clemens, and Ben Payne.
S.Payne & Anita Wightman putting the final touches to the feathers of the male moa.
Anita Wightman (Close up showing the details of the feathers.
The Female Moa with only a small bit to cover on it's back.
Sandy Payne, Barry Begg, Danny Symons, Louise Begg, and Jim Chapman.
Kathryn Clemens, Peter Moodie,and Heather Payne.
Lois Moodie, and Jennette McClennan.
Jannet Symons with some of the children.
Digging holes for the foundation.
Volunteers digging holes for the foundation.
Many hands make light work - Digging holes for the foundation.
General view of the site - Digging holes for the foundation.
Mobile:027 626 75 26 Website: http://www.wildlifesculptures.co.nz