Mystery Gully perhaps? Eureka

To: Hilary Richrod <>
Subject: Mystery Gully perhaps? Eureka
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 18:21:05 -0800 (PST)
Hullo Hullo Hullo Tones, BA~er's and NRE folks,

Guess what my love came up with for me? and guess what
little one is really lost eh? I spoke to Mike Carter
and others about the gull what was hanging out with
pacific gulls here in Western Port Bay, and what had
been seen around these parts by more then just myself,
well here's what Hilary has searched high and low for
and come up with for me. The description I gave her,
re: The beak and it's marbled feathing is as described
Mike eh? no wonder we couldn't find it in any southern
hemisphere seabird book eh? I'll check out the
overseas cargo ships etc etc.

Then when? the weather improves I'll go out again
Tones to get you this tick okay .... JAG in a state.

Hilary Richrod <> wrote:

The first pictures show adults and some with a bit of
striations on the neck, the second is a true "Young
Gully" *ha* you see how different they look? They go
through 4 years of growing up ....

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