Progress on the new Moa's (May-June 2000.)


For details phone Jim Chapman or Danny Symons . The phone numbers are on the "Alford Forest Moa Project 2000" page, and find out where to go and how to get there.
112K.
Sandy Payne welding up the leg of the Female Moa.
112K.
Clive Seddon constructing the Female Moa.
107K.
Clive spot welding the Male Moa.
111K.
Ben Payne at work on the Alford Forest Moa's.
114K.
The Male Moa is laid down to make welding the neck vertebrae easier.4/6/2000
123K.
Sandy, Clive and Ben working on the project-neck vertebrae.
111K.
The pair of Moa's having their first look at the outside world.
105K.
The Female Moa with the neck vertebrae welded on, and the feet partially finished.
121K.
The Female Moa with the neck and leg frames completed (8.6.00).
206K.
The rear view of Female Moa with the frame nearly completed.(8.6.00)
201K.
Details of the Male Moa's body and legs.(8.6.00)
204K.
The front of the Female Moa showing the neck and body details.(8.6.00)
84.4K.

The frame of the Male head is ready for covering.(10.6.00)
174K.

Female Moa with head details.(10.6.00)

More Consruction Photo's. (6/7/00)


Second Stage (Galvanized Moas)
The female moa.(73K) has just been hot dipped in a galvanizing solution of molten metal.
Shiny Female head. (39K)
Brilliant male moa head.(84K)
Feet of male moa. (50K)
Tall Male moa in sparkling silver.(73K)



Alford Forest area photo's.


Moa Community project 2000.


Moa Newspaper reports.


Working Bee 11/6/2000. Photo's of the volunteers working on the Moa's.
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